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Nostalgia Nexus - early and pre-digital discussion Want to discuss the really early days of digital and even film - here is the place for you.

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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

Mourning Dove portrait. A test to see how well the OM 2x-A works behind the 350mm on a 4/3 body.

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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

350mm with the EC-20 this time. Just a record shot, terrible light and drizzling but having seen Snowy Owls multiple times this was my first chance of a photo.



On one occasion I had one fly past me along the Lake Huron shoreline as I was setting the tripod up.
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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

Chantry Island Lighthouse at sunset. E-410 hanging off the 350mm.

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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

Some North American mammals on film and digital.

First off, a North American Red Squirrel from Ontario.



And another.



Next, a Striped Skunk from Saskatchewan.



Next a Richardson Ground Squirrel emerging from its burrow in Saskatchewan.

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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

Some North American birds on film. First a summer plumage Horned Grebe (a Slavonion Grebe to UK birders) on a farm pond in Saskatchewan.



A couple of juvenile Red Knot on the Lake Huron shoreline.



A female Wilson's Phalarope from Little Quill Lake, Saskatchewan.



Female Common Merganser with young, Lake Huron, Ontario.

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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

Some fantastic images in this thread David. Really glad you've kept adding to it.
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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

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Some fantastic images in this thread David. Really glad you've kept adding to it.
Thanks Phill, I'm getting close to finishing editing the hundreds of slides I copied last winter so keep finding more images taken with the lens.
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Re: OM 350 mm f/2.8

Some none wildlife images with the lens. All from Ontario and all digital captures.

First some autumn colour on the Niagara Escarpment.



A sailboat on Colpoys Bay at sunrise.



Some trees in early morning light with mist. There was probably the EC-14 behind the lens for this as I was after an uncooperative Western Meadowlark at the time.



And finally, Chantry Island Lighthouse at dusk with ice on Lake Huron in the foreground.

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