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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by davect01, Apr 28, 2011.
A few random shots of "Old Glory" and an AA plane flying overhead.
Dave, are you using the zoom lens? Pretty impressive range!
Here's a photo of old glory, though no planes for me.
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I like flags - perhaps some other members will add their own?
Very nice, even see a bit reflected in your ride.
This particular lens is a Minolta/Vivitar 70-150mm with a 2x converter and what ever the NEX adapter adds.
Thanks for the lens update, Dave - that is one of the big plusses of your camera...all those lenses you can use.
Thanks for the compliment - not my ride, but my neighbor's. He's a limousine driver.
Also digging the white and red flowers complementing the flag while everything else is dark.
I believe these are my only two flag photos. Taken at Santa María Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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Two of my all time favorite photographs, Antonio.
flag-pavilion by Multiple fragments of tissue, on Flickr
The Catalan flag, outside the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, Barcelona. LX3 1/800s - f7.1 - ISO 80. (X-posted in Color Image forum).
And +1 for Antonio's shots.