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A final posting of the Eucalyptus demise. \
What a shame about the tree Rafael. On the other hand, this may well be the first posting in the thread with this lens. """
Thanks for the kind words regarding the tree passing. A good 35-200mm is an excellent lens, but many are defective, the lens was so complex for its time that they seem prone to failure.
Cool beach images Francesco.
Good ball capture Ken.
Nice bumble bee Lestor
Great BW market images Ryan, is this SF? The peach fuzz in BW has great contrast
Just beautiful 8 mile lake with reflection and all John
Reflection and inspiration from your post Samy
For reflection I took a brief drive to the burned hills of San Marcos, this is three miles from my house as the Corvette drives.
Took the 135mm 2.0. as good a landscape lens as there is.
Did not do this for Joy, it was like attending a funeral, it is the right thing to do, be there, show support, take it in.
This is the new Palomar hospital, where I took the fire pictures if you remember. 40 miles away is Palomar mountain, in the back.
The trees are dead due to the grass/brush fire heat, trees do not normally burn in these Socal fires, they die from the heat.
nikon nikkor 135mm 2.0 D800 Fire hill landscapes 6 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Here is a California dream lost:
nikon nikkor 135mm 2.0 D800 Fire hill landscapes 4 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
These California dreams cling on.
nikon nikkor 135mm 2.0 D800 Fire hill landscapes 3 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Literally the end of the fire
nikon nikkor 135mm 2.0 D800 Fire hill landscapes 2 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Not my usual classic car shot
nikon nikkor 135mm 2.0 D800 Fire hill landscapes 5 by Rafael CA, on Flickr