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One For Snaarman

I know Pete likes rooks and I came across this earlier when scanning some old slides.



Originally taken on Vevia 50 film with a Bronica ETRSi and 250mm lens (about 75mm on Four Thirds).
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Re: One For Snaarman

Caw! They are good...






BTW - I had an ETRSi for a few months once. I bought it on a whim, put a couple of films through it, then I got frightened of medium format and sold it again. It was a fantastic monster, really well made, but heavy...

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Re: One For Snaarman

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Caw! They are good...






BTW - I had an ETRSi for a few months once. I bought it on a whim, put a couple of films through it, then I got frightened of medium format and sold it again. It was a fantastic monster, really well made, but heavy...

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I've just sold mine, nearly broke my heart but I just wasn't using it. Got next to nothing for it (and all the lenses) but enough for an E-PL1 which I've used more in a month than I used the Bronica in two years! Still got a Kowa 66 though.....
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Re: One For Snaarman

A poetic picture, John. It has the feel of an etching engraved on copper.

The circling birds make the shot.
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