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Easy solution. No need for both the 16-35mm and the 17-40mm. Sell of of the dust collectors and boom...GR II ready to be in your pocket daily. Mine has taken a few thousand shots in the 1.5 months I've had it. Makes the cell phone camera a non issue. Then just use the wifi to put the pics on your phone.

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MG, thanks for your earlier suggestion in this thread. I'm finally going to start to take the plunge by listing my 16-35mm on fleabay. I really don't even remember getting to use it before the health tanked so it's mint. I'm going to start slow and purge everything. I've come to the reality that I'll not be using anymore from my dslr stuff and it's a shame to let it gather dust when it's such great gear, and somebody else can get some good use from them. I'm more than happy to settle for "snapshots" for my remainder years. They're good enough in my situation. And looking at some of the great photo results here in this thread, I think smartphone photography will even become more popular in time if not for just convenience and portability alone. Additionally any future improvements in smartphone camera tech and quality will put them over-the-top for me in my situation, that is "if" I can keep up.

I did try to email you but your email in profile was returned not found. I was going to ask for a bit of advice but I'm good now that I finally decided it's time to let go. Thanks for the necessary push! Smile


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Those sorta remind me of an old Sears store Wink...I can almost smell the hot cashews...

Those are great photos Smile


This was the main southeastern Sears Roebuck hub here in Atlanta. So you were right!

My office is on the 4th and 5th floors. I think we've won some interior design award or something as well. It is a great space, I just don't care for the mall vibe on the lower levels.

Forgot to add, the bike room is one of our company one's even though the building does offer their own to guests coming in off the belt line.


I have spent many an hour in that old building in my younger days shopping with my Grandmother...about twice a month on a Saturday we would take the bus from Austell to Sears, Rich's or Davidson's in downtown Atlanta...
A trip to the Ponce De Leon Sears always involved a lunch at Mary Mac's Tea Room...and hot cashews at Sears...

That building had an ambiance all it's own...

Thank you for posting memories Smile


Glad to help! Just started a new job there and love what they've made it the place since the years of it being City Hall east.

Until I move to another office in a few months, there will be plenty more pics from there.
 
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Easy solution. No need for both the 16-35mm and the 17-40mm. Sell of of the dust collectors and boom...GR II ready to be in your pocket daily. Mine has taken a few thousand shots in the 1.5 months I've had it. Makes the cell phone camera a non issue. Then just use the wifi to put the pics on your phone.

Wink


MG, thanks for your earlier suggestion in this thread. I'm finally going to start to take the plunge by listing my 16-35mm on fleabay. I really don't even remember getting to use it before the health tanked so it's mint. I'm going to start slow and purge everything. I've come to the reality that I'll not be using anymore from my dslr stuff and it's a shame to let it gather dust when it's such great gear, and somebody else can get some good use from them. I'm more than happy to settle for "snapshots" for my remainder years. They're good enough in my situation. And looking at some of the great photo results here in this thread, I think smartphone photography will even become more popular in time if not for just convenience and portability alone. Additionally any future improvements in smartphone camera tech and quality will put them over-the-top for me in my situation, that is "if" I can keep up.

I did try to email you but your email in profile was returned not found. I was going to ask for a bit of advice but I'm good now that I finally decided it's time to let go. Thanks for the necessary push! Smile


I keep forgetting about my old email here. Sorry bout that.

If I can ever assist feel free to find me at shallcross20 at aol dot com
 
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Was in Scottsdale over the weekend for a retreat through my wife's business. They took all the guys out for some ATV time. ~3 hours with around 120 guys on quads & side-by-sides (2 & 4 seat, mostly Kawasaki Teryx)

All taken with a Samsung Galaxy Note5

Can't recall the tribe, but this was at one of the stops, an ancient indian village (according to the guides), about a 30 foot climb onto a plateau.


Panoramic at one of the stops


Our Chariot, was actually a support vehicle & had spares/tools:


It was really dusty, so the goggles/dust mask were a big help. Was near white-out conditions at times with all the dust.




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Image taken with my iPhone 6S in natural light conditions. For some crazy reasons the Fuzz is particularly fond of being perched atop my macbook pro. Smile


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I've been shooting some random photos with my iPhone 7 since moving into my new house this summer. Mostly from the kitchen or porch windows, not looking for professional grade photography. Just shots for sharing with family and friends.

Fall colors coming into the back yard



And after this weekend dropped 8" of snow my doe herd came through and played in the snow.

No zoom


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Missing her mom who is currently in Chile for 2 weeks. I decided it was bath time, but she got some little bits of steak for behaving so well.

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What a sweet looking little girl! Smile The photo kinda reminds me of "Yoda"


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What a sweet looking little girl! Smile The photo kinda reminds me of "Yoda"


I see the Yoda thing as well. Sometimes at night when she circles the bed I only see her ears up and they look like little shark fins closing in on me.
 
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Amazing...


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One of my few babies

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