A new and a few olds

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A new and a few olds

Postby ozimax on Tue Oct 31, 2023 8:35 pm

I must admit I have rarely used my camera over recent months, at least since the Avalon airshow in early March of this year. My grandkids are growing up too fast and I think it's time to dust off the old (2 yrs old) R6 and take some pikchers. I love portraits above anything else and I am in huge debt to Gary Stark and this forum for developing my love of photography, and for making me broke at times with gear acquisitions... :biglaugh:

Newest granddaughter
ImageMillie291023b by Ozimax, on Flickr

Railway dreaming. This is a photo of Robyn from about 8 years ago. I'm not sure what she was dreaming of in the train carriage - most probably "how do I get rid of this pesky photographer".
ImageRobynipadpro2 by Ozimax, on Flickr

Robyn again at the Blue Mountains circa 2015, same day as the train photo but left in colour. Canon 5Dii was a superb camera in it's day. Actually I think it would be superb even today.
ImageRobynipadpro1 by Ozimax, on Flickr
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Re: A new and a few olds

Postby gstark on Wed Nov 01, 2023 10:19 am

Nice images Ozi
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