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Discussion in 'Photos taken with non-Fuji Cameras (specify!)' started by aKilter, Apr 11, 2017.

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    :D It’s horrible, you wouldn’t like it.

    This was also the first time I ever asked someone if I could take their picture!! Next time I won’t have dribbled any coffee on myself.

    Fab ink @yashica boy and such a nice bloke.
     
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    I will follow your experiences with the voigt with great interest, one I thought about trying on the XH1
     
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    Road tunnel - Odai, Tokyo, Japan
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    43C34668-4F76-4AA9-BFD8-D4EE2E127FDD.jpeg Taken with an iPhone. Isle of Mull.
     
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    Verge of aspen grove: Canon 5DMII + EF 50mm f/1.4 USM

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    Fuji X100, B&W conversion in LR. Puerto Vallarta.

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    When you are in a massive hurry and a senior citizen completely outpaces you. xe1 Voigtlander 40 1.4

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    Looking promising combination. Just the fitness levels now then
     
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    Creature from the black lagoon.. Actually she was a very sweet dog. :)

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    Not exactly what they had in mind when they ordered a "Lean To" shed.
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    Vines growing against wall...

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    Out pacing someone from the UK! My wife and I are seniors and we try to walk regularly. We live in a Chicago suburb and we mainly walk in circles :-(. One of our evening pass times is watching PBS Mysteries set in the UK many in current times. What we notice is the lifestyle difference in how much walking is portrayed in the episodes. We could walk a mile to the grocery store, we don't but we do walk a two miles in a circle ??? The roadways to the grocery store are noisy and some regions dangerous for walking.

    I like the composition and leading line plus under magnification you can see that in the distance there are other walkers, keeping to the side of the road. They must be expecting other traffic.

    If this gentleman passed you, I'm guessing I'd have to have this on continuous AF to register this photo.

    Thanks for posting.
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    Before roads were built into the area, these narrow gauge "stock" cars were used to transport live stock from the lower elevation grazing regions where they spent the winter month to the upper regions where they spent much of the summer months. The remainder of the year they either sat unused or were used for transport of relative clean commodities such as wood. The outside of the cars were painted but the interiors of these cars were not painted so the livestock could not eat the lead paint. Back in the day, when the car got too old and "loose", they would set it on fire and let it burn down then they would pick the metal parts out of the rubble, clean them and use them to build a new car.
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    A fixer upper. Someone has started the project as the roof is new metal.
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    Roger you give me cause to be thankful for the ease of getting around on foot here in the UK. Much as I grumble about being hemmed in when I'm in the city I only use the car to travel out of town! I forget what a privilege it is to be able to collect your groceries without using an engine.

    The route in question is thronged with commuters walking or cycling to the city centre at rush hour, hence people habitually keep mostly to their own side. It is massively faster than taking a vehicle. My only complaint is a lack of gritting in winter and twice I've fallen cycling when it has turned to ice, we are walker friendly but have a way to go to accommodate cycling to a European standard.

    I'm fortunate to have a lot of active elders setting a good example around me, the local kayak race has an 'ancient mariner' category for the over 80's and a lot of fell runners are silver-haired, so despite considering myself a fast walker I wasn't too ashamed to be trailing this gentleman!
     
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    Yes!! I couldn't imagine this dog standing so patiently by the water to be petted by the young man. I imagine there is a strong relationship between the boy and dog for the first picture to be possible. And I was looking for the stick in the first picture. Did the dog find the stick or the boy?

    Thanks for this story.
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    The boy found the stick and was throwing it for the dog to fetch. :)
     

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