Upload & Sell: On
Nice images, Scott, and good luck with the sale. Thinking I may need to thin the herd a little too, have a couple AF lenses listed on CL at the moment to start the process. We'll see what happens. Temps went from in the 60's yesterday to 36 with a high of 44 today, so be prepared for Mother Nature again How close does the 28 focus?
Ben, really like your bike image.
Leighton, congrats on the contest. The photo is very nice. Good looking dog.
I have a couple manual focus lenses up for sale on the BS forum. Here are the links:
It was unseasonably warm day for December today so I took a walk at noon with the 28 f2.0 (up for sale on the BS forum). Here a couple images from it. Thanks for looking.
Mark, love all the images, but that ball of twine really stands out!
Random shots from the weekend, testing out the 55mm in various guises + the 300mm + 50mm
Wow, really good for a nine year old, and it sounds like the bug has infected her, time to get her a camera of her own now
Portrait of me by my 9 year old daughter Chloe. Had the D800 with the 50/1.2 on it and she wanted to shoot with it, so I said what the heck, why not? She was very careful with the camera and had great technique. Not bad for only using the focusing screen for focusing at f/1.2!
She took a bunch more of the restaurant, her dessert, etc. and took more when she came home.
I'm so proud!
Peter, wonderful images and history lesson here. I don't blame her for not selling. Sounds like you at least have an opportunity to revisit the house with a flash the next time, and offer to document her pieces.
Twenty five pages in 6 days!! I took a trip to our middle daughter's mother in law's farm in what is known as Settler Country in the Eastern Cape. In 1820 the British government landed a number of parties of settlers from England at modern day Port Elizabeth, provided them with very little and told them to get on with it! They cleared bush for rarms and worked their way into the interior of the country where they clashed with the indigenous Xhosa tribes in a series of bloody frontier wars until late into the 19th century.
This farm is about 100 miles inland and is surrounded by a large hunting farm owned by an American who bought the adjoining properties. The owner is however not interested in selling and the place is very dear to her. It is full of old furniture and other items dating back about 150 years but stupoidly I didn't take a flash with me and the inside of the house is pretty dark.