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Great SnapRJW 2015-01-28 2:36

Hello Will - Somehow seeing this shot from you comes as a surprise; I thought you were not that keen on views like this. It's really lovely. England at its rural best. The frame of trees and branches concentrates the view on the pretty little village nestled under the gentle fold of the hill. The light shines attractively and there are some glorious autumn tints to the foliage which are picked up again in the roof tops. Nicely done!

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Rosemary

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Old 01-28-2015, 09:40 AM
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Dear Gilles!

I agree, these russian "copy lens" are suberb, the Jupiter-8 is razor sharp even at f2, I will upload a photo taken at f2 later. Thank you very much for visiting!

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Old 01-28-2015, 03:06 PM
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Hi
you black and white is very nice, but a thing is not digital is a film
any way is very good really, I test to find a lens to have this king of result
but the new lens is of course good for some one but I would find the atmosphere of very old B&W whit strong black and good nuance between white and grey tone

is more difficult this one is make whit Russia lens but I buy a new because this one is very in poor condition I don't need a point is just for you see is digital
shot sonar F2

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Eur...oto1484722.htm

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