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Old 10-30-2016   #42
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Really like the images on this thread. It is the only zoom lens I use anymore.





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Old 11-04-2016   #44
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Tumwater Falls 2016
by Thomas Johnston, on Flickr[/IMG]

A place not far, a nice place to visit. I usually visit several times during the fall to watch the Salmon swim upstream, leap the falls, some native fish, many return to the hatchery. And after heavy rains the river rises and becomes very interesting.

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Old 11-05-2016   #45
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18mm, f2.8, 1/30th sec, ISO 1000 on X-A1


22.3mm, f3.2, 1/30th sec, ISO 640 on X-A1
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Nice to see this thread alive!

Tajart, the concrete ledge on this second one adds depth/perspective to the image. Very nice!

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thanks DwF,
the 1st one is more graphic and the space is more contained, and could have been emphasized more with cropping the top edge.
i'm just getting to know this lens, coming from the 16-50 which has a lot to offer in a small package, but not quite as much as the 18-55.
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Great shots here guys. Hoping to add this lens to my kit when I can find a bargain.
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My 18-55mm was in the classifieds but I'm sending it back to the dealers just today, with the X-T1 in Graphite Silver.

Wasn't bonding with it, the differences between the A7 and X-T1 interfaces kept confusing me and the X-T1 left the house only a few times...

Oh well...
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On the left you can see a glimpse of Mt Baker peaking above the foothills.

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John those are great man! Happy for you in Chile!
The two color images really show nicely
Were those 4 legged beasts Ferral or...???
They look like they are on their own.
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Thanks F16. Yes, they are wild donkeys that were left over from the mining in the country many, many years ago. You can go many miles without seeing another pair of donkeys and I never saw a single donkey just by itself.
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