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Jun
22
2017
parking
Photo By otamendi | + 4 Login to Like
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Otamendi Wrote ...
Thank you so much Mitresg
Jun
22
2017
parking
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Mitresg Wrote ...
Wow, for real? No enough room for a U-turn?
Jun
22
2017
And with necklace
Photo By mitresg | + 3 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMILUX 50mm f1.4 ASPH
Mitresg Wrote ...
Thank you. This is a B&Yellow pic.
Jun
22
2017
Road-side fern
Photo By mitresg | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMILUX 35mm f1.4
Mitresg Wrote ...
Thank you. I like to try B&W in landscape. In this, my job has been made easier by the brightness and the slight variation in distance. I don't think I shot at f4, but at f2.8, to maintain some perspective.
Jun
22
2017
Photo: 62304
Photo By ndr3n | + 5 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMICRON 50mm f2
Ndr3n Wrote ...
Thank you Mitresg. I love my M8.
Jun
21
2017
A barren tree
Photo By mitresg | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMILUX 50mm f1.4 ASPH
Mitresg Wrote ...
Thank you. The background is as it was. I was fortunate to have the sun, to enable the tree to stand out.
Jun
21
2017
Photo: 62304
Photo By ndr3n | + 5 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMICRON 50mm f2
Mitresg Wrote ...
Still remember the M8 colours.
Jun
21
2017
Study in comfort
Photo By mitresg | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMILUX 50mm f1.4 ASPH
Mitresg Wrote ...
Thank you. I had noticed the large lamps, and the wall decor, powering and crowding on the student. She couldn't care less.
Jun
21
2017
The remain of the night
Photo By mitresg | + 3 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMILUX 35mm f1.4
Mitresg Wrote ...
Thank you. Remnant of overnight revelry. Yes, I had to open wide, and shot at ISO1600. Seems OK.
Jun
21
2017
Chinatown in the morning light
Photo By mitresg | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Leica SUMMILUX 50mm f1.4 ASPH
Mitresg Wrote ...
Thank you.This is the "modern" chinatown, cleaner and tidier. In the old days, when we walked on the pavement, we had weave around hawkers at our feet, and sometimes, would sit on a stool for a snack.

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