Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by Sanford, Mar 12, 2017.
This photo was difficult to handle on the computer because of the brightness of the arc. Nikkor 50/1.4 on Sony A7.
Dog toys. Olympus C7000 auto
London, from Tate Modern
NEX-7 and E 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS
All along this approximately 8th mile stretch of coastline at Crystal Cove, there are these rock discs! Some are flat like this one on their sides, some are flat and level, but in general they are round in shape and there are about 12 of them that get immersed in the surf when the tide is in. I have researched this phenomena and have come up short on a logical explanation. My theory? They are ancient tree stumps that became petrified by the elements of pressure and water. I'm probably way off! Fuji XT-1.
-a-book kiosk. Fuji X100T.
Mukul, I've done enough welding to know that the sparks will spray out a bit. I hope he doesn't get hot toes! At least he has goggles.
upside down nuthatch
Untitled by c w, on Flickr
A great range of images, so far! I particularly like the poster-like quality of your image, Jane.
It's been a very wet week with few photographic opportunities, but here are a couple of images from a Sony A7r, lenses noted.
Tamron 95-205mmm f/6.3 (Model 910p)
It's Autumn and it's Raining
Tamron Adaptall II SP 35-80mm CF Macro f/2.8 (01A)
Platycodon "Astra Pink"
akocurek, these young men are completely unconcerned about their own welfare. No gloves, no shoes ... and but for my nagging there may have been no goggles.
Thanks for the kind words, Rick. I got this in Puerto Vallarta, where I just spent two gorgeously sunny weeks, without a drop of rain.
OLD SAN JUAN
One eyed cat.
The apple store.
Lumix GX-7, Zuiko 9-18mm.
Voigtländer Heliar II 15 on Fuji X-E1
XPro2 with 18-55mm
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