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From yesterday's hike with the gf. Needed to get up to the cabin and out of town for a few days to celebrate her quitting her job. Not a bad hike with the Fuji gear. The falls are about 70' tall. Pretty impressing flow and barely anyone else on the trail on a Tuesday.

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Cell phone photo from hiking last week.




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From a photoshoot I did a couple of weekends ago.





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Not nailing focus with this big ole 200mm 2.8 FD at the moment but trying to get used to a manual lens of this size again
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Another one of my hiking spots




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Thats a good observation Monkey. I do know that anytime I see a B&W album of photos, I stop and look thru them. Ansel Adams stuff makes memstop in my tracks.

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I have a few prints, but my wife isn't a big fan of them, so they're stored away in a closet. Frown




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I had my mind blown this weekend watched a documentary "Finding Vivian Maier" on Netflix, her b/w street photography and story unreal.
 
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Testing out this new to me Sony RX1
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