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Old 07-06-2014   #301
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amazing photos Henry, congratulations and thank you for showing

some of mine, taken also with rangefinder lenses, a bit more humble ones, from 15mm to 135mm

Wide Heliar 4.5/15:



Snapshot Skopar 4/25:



Canon LTM 1.8/35:



M-Rokkor 2/40:



an unusual one, Pen-F halfframe lens 1.4/40, I had converted to Leica M:



Leica LTM 1.8/50:



Canon LTM 1.4/50:



M-Rokkor 4/90:



Canon LTM 3.5/135:



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Nice set.. I really like the two guys on the train in front of the doors..and the last shot.

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Nice set.. I really like the two guys on the train in front of the doors..and the last shot.

Gary
thank you very much Gerry, very kind!

I am a bit of a lens junky and own quite a few. At my flickr I have albums set up one each for a particular lens, linked in my sig

Wide angles perform particularily well on the GXR M, onather with the 15mm Heliar:



again with a Olympus halframe lens that I had converted to Leica M, Pen-F 3.5/20 that focuses down to 20 cm



Skopar 4/25mm:



the converted Pen-F 1.8/38


"I want to retired being exotic"

another with the M-Rokkor 2/40:



S-Topcor 2/5cm:



and a Heliar 2.5/75



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Nice.. I really like the first three.. The field of flowers and forest especially.

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thank you very much Andy, good to see you at this great place, happy to be here!
thank you Gary, really liking the 20mm Pen-F, that took the daisies

a photographers shop, owned since 3, or was it 4, generations, in Kathmandu, Nepal. Selling amazing old prints of his grand or grand grandfather seen behind him on the wall , there was one that showed how the first car was carried, attached to poles, over mountains into the Kathmandu valley
taken with the 15mm Heliar:



more from around Kathmandu ( as was the very first of my first post, the two kids on the road, and the poor street / beggar girl ) this one with 25mm Skopar



and for a change one with a SLR lens, a tiny OM lenses, the 2.8/100:



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