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    Posted: 14 September 2019 at 17:50
Great swirl again Paul! Need to get my Kinon going as well


Here one from Day 252

A99ii + Telemegor 5.5/180mm (Exakta) + 1.4TC
 



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Japanese anemone

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Lens: Hugo Meyer & Co Görlitz Kinon Superior I 1:1.6 f=5 cm from Bauer Pentalux (series 2) 16 mm film projector, 1936
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Exposure Time: 0.002 sec (1/500)
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Post Options Post Options   Quote waldo_posth Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 September 2019 at 00:14
Great rendering of this lens - and another vote for #1, Fred (well, I love the color, teal)!
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Thanks Paul. Nothing wrong with it indeed. The short MFD is a nice feature.
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Nothing wrong with an Orestegon in the bag Fred! They are lovely, particularly #1.
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I planned to take my Oreston to Malta, but ended up somehow with the Orestegon 2.8/29mm in the bag..

#1 Fence


#2 Bench


#3 Bench 2


#4 Orange palm fruit


#5 Green palm fruit


All with Orestegon 2.8/29mm on A99ii

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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

The "Repetition" image is an excellent abstract architecture shot!

TFS, Paul!

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The "Repetition" image is an excellent abstract architecture shot!

TFS, Paul!
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Love that Telemegor 250 bokeh Fred!. And what it lacks in sharpness it makes up with a wonderfully dreamy rendering. Magic!


This thread has gone very quiet. Couple of months to go though. Sunrise on the way to work season is upon me. Orestegon 29 or Primagon 35 should be OK.

Spillover from week/day 280. I was planning a Tele Megor/Telemogor day but it turned out mostly Primotar:

Mondriaan to dutch design (with lots of perspective correction, I love to Skew in Photoshop)

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2
Lens: Meyer-Optik Görlitz Primotar 1Q 1:3.5/180 (M42)
Aperture: Removed, f/3.5
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ISO: 100

Perspective in Repetition

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Lens: Meyer-Optik Görlitz Primotar 1Q 1:3.5/180 (M42)
Aperture: Removed, f/3.5
Exposure Time: 1/2500 sec
ISO: 100

And last but not least, for the swirly fans:

Swirly Maple

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It's a bit mor quite here lately.
Took some shots today with the 5.5/250mm Telemegor (m42) on A99ii for Day prime 250.



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Promising Start of the mushroom season Paul!

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Impression of a Mushroom

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Post Options Post Options   Quote AudioDoc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 August 2019 at 21:49
Hi Peter,

Hope you didn't have any breathing issues what with all that orange smoke!

I was not in the military there. My father was a civilian employee working for the US Army there from 1955 to 1979. I basically grew up in the Heidelberg area. Our High School graduation was in the castle overlooking the Neckar river. Anyway I know Heidelberg well. Sad that there won't be more German GPs in the foreseeable future. But I hear there will be a Dutch GP at Zandvort. I've been to two F1 races at Zandvort. I've been to several GPs at the old Nürburgring.

Always nice to see someone other than Hamilton and Mercedes win. The rain at Hockenheim leveled the playing field and we were treated to some exciting racing. And you were lucky to see a lot of action were you were sitting!

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Hi Kelly,

Attending the F1 at Hockenheim was a birthday present to my wife and it was our first visit to the F1 circus. It was a blast! Placed at the right turn we saw Leclerc, Hulkenberg and Hamilton and their slippery moves in front of us. But most of all Max winning the race.
I was not familiar with that part of Germany but it is a beautiful part. We were camping at the Neckar close to Heidelberg. Worth a visit one day. Were you stationed there with the US army?

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