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May 29, 2019 13:07 |  #1651


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Rocky Mountain NP


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Rocky Mountain NP


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Aug 10, 2019 10:32 |  #1654

Another from Rocky Mountain NP


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Aug 12, 2019 19:43 |  #1655

Cloud trying to bite the moon! Moraine Park in Rocky Mountain NP.


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Aug 13, 2019 08:30 |  #1656

A few from a recent RC Jet event. Aircraft is 1/4 scale.

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Jan 05, 2020 09:59 |  #1657

Just got around to processing more of my vacation pictures from Rocky Mountain NP in late July. This shot was taken in the rain. The hill in the foreground was a few miles away.


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Jan 12, 2020 17:16 |  #1658

Alluvial Falls, Rocky Mountain NP


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Mar 01, 2020 19:50 as a reply to  @ C Scott IV's post |  #1659

Firstly, the EOS R! How do you like it?

Secondly, I prefer the color version.




  
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Mar 02, 2020 19:12 |  #1660

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Firstly, the EOS R! How do you like it?

Secondly, I prefer the color version.

I love it. And it loved the 28-300L until it started giving ERR01. The RF 24-240 is a suitable smaller and lighter replacement. For the landscapes I shoot there is no reason to even look at the R5.

I rarely shoot wildlife anymore so I just use the 80D for that due to the crop factor.

I agree with you on the color version being better.


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May 03, 2020 17:45 |  #1661

Sunset at Lake O' the Pines, Jefferson, Texas.


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May 20, 2020 20:13 |  #1662

Caddo Lake State Park


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May 21, 2020 17:28 |  #1663

Just got around to processing this image at Lake O' the Pines from the drought of 2011. This was my first visit to this spot and I made a rookie mistake with DoF. All of the sand is normally under a foot or two of water.


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Jun 05, 2020 15:13 |  #1664

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Nice pictures!
I used this big zoom on the aps-h sensor, I only have good memories !!




  
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Jun 05, 2020 20:08 |  #1665

bastiano wrote in post #19074343 (external link)
Nice pictures!
I used this big zoom on the aps-h sensor, I only have good memories !!

Thank you! I know what you mean.


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