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On 04/10/2021 at 18:22, Sir_Franc said:

I have a couple of weeks off so thought I'd start my first day with a trip to Newhaven. Thankfully the weather was pretty kind for most the time!

Newhaven Beach, East Sussex.

Newhaven groins

Newhaven Harbour, East Sussex.

Stunners Rick.

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5 minutes ago, Gromit said:

Beautiful Belton

Fuji X-H1/Minolta MD-Rokkor 50-1.7

RAW conversion by Iridient Transformer.

I love the light. Way back in early SLR days, Minolta optics were serriously good at colour rendition. I always thought there was a touch of Zeiss T* about them. Nice to see they still have it.

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18 hours ago, rabski said:

I love the light. Way back in early SLR days, Minolta optics were serriously good at colour rendition. I always thought there was a touch of Zeiss T* about them. Nice to see they still have it.

Thanks Richard. :^

Following the exploits of people on Micro Four Thirds forum who use adapted glass, it would appear there are many fans of Minolta MD lenses. I hadn't taken much notice if I'm honest (although impressed by their results) but can definitely understand the fuss. 

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Super Wammer

Its been awhile….

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Ok, something of a photographic cliché but it was rather pleasant out yesterday morning. :)

Woodland Waters

X-Pro1/XF35-1.4

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Classic millstone image from our recent break in the Peak District.

Millstone

Canon 5D4 + 24-105L,  1/100s @ f11,  ISO200  raw, tripod.  PP in ACR.

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Daisy Nook Country Park

iPhone 11. 

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The gardeners at Belton seem to have let the reflecting pond over-grow. A shame as in calm conditions would set up lovely reflections of the trees and the garden temple. Still, it's a very pleasant spot...

Overgrown

Fuji X-H1/Minolta MD-Rokkor 50-1.7

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Taken over 50yrs ago on a Zenith E, my boss bought for Christmas, I worked for Godfrey Photographic in Basildon. It was on a print now copied on a digital copy thing.

My daughter has the camera now in her collection.

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Riverside Walk

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Leica CL with SUPER-VARIO-ELMAR-TL 1:3.5-4.5/11-23 ASPH.

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