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London Transport Museum

I remember as a kid being taken to the old LT museum which I think was in Clapham. Never been here before though.
Thought it would be a good place to use the ZD 7-14.

















Interesting place to go.
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Brilliant! I've not been there either. Great use of that lens, quite inspirational.

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Re: London Transport Museum

Never been here, but have been to the equivalent museum in Glasgow, also a fascinating place. They're always a bit worrying for the increasing number of "oh god, I remember that" moments...
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Re: London Transport Museum

Great set, looks like the 7-14 was essential equipment in the confined space!
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Re: London Transport Museum

Fantastic set Andy such good use of lens craft full of rich colour and tone.

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Re: London Transport Museum

Thanks for your comments. I've been trying to use the 7-14 a lot more recently, it's a great lens but stays at home most of the time.
Don't think I'll get the new version though.

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Re: London Transport Museum

Interesting set. I like the shot of Poirot in front of the Greenwich and Waterloo bus!
Looks like a rather good lens!

EDIT: reminds me, I haven't put my other Carlton Colville shots on the forum.
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Re: London Transport Museum

Superb pictures and clever use of a wide angle lens. Where in London is that?
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Re: London Transport Museum

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Where in London is that?
Hi John, it's in Covent Garden.
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Re: London Transport Museum

A really inventive set of images of a great subject. I like them very much indeed Andy.

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Re: London Transport Museum

Super shots Andy. They make me wish for the new 7-14mm (but the new 40-150mm must come first) although I really doubt if I need a wide angle zoom with an aperture of F2.8 and would prefer a more down to earth size and aperture with a more down to earth price.
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