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Great stuff, Monty!
leighton w wrote:
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Monty's fifth and last post. well done Monty!
I know that feeling, today I was out and didn't realize how late it was, didn't have any camera with me except the iPhone, and there was a gorgeous sunset. iPhone doesn't do it justice so I didn't even attempt it. I'll see hawks and ospreys perched on street lights as I drive by, or in trees, and of course, I can't stop to snap 'em either.
Walked with the Ai'd 50 1.4S today. Utterly rued the decision to be lazy and not keep a tele such as the 300 or 400, or even the 180 in a bag; there was a very large hawk that was sitting in a tree and the 50 just couldn't reach far enough. One thing now that the leaves and the colors are gone, there's other things to see that were hidden before.
Peter.. glad I didn't have anything to drink when I saw this!
Good catch Phillip!
The 105mm f/1.8 AI-s does mannequin portraiture, in the window of a shop on Queen Street West in Toronto.
Devilish by philipjohnson, on Flickr
Gee Curtis, I didn't even think you owned a suit