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G9 with PL 100-400. From RW2 "processed to my taste" with DXO Photo Lab 3, cropped a bit.
I still think, a lens with such a name and price tag should be a bit sharper at 400mm :inlove:

But may be my expectations are too high for handheld shots, even with Dual-IS :doh:
Or I simply should stop pixel-peeping :whistling:

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The first photo especially looks extremely sharp. But then maybe I need a 4k screen to dwell on it.
 

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I've found that walking, or more accurately, hiking, is helping me in my recovery. So I'm doing as much as time allows. From a week or so back, about 8 kms, 430 something meters of elevation gain, or was it 460? Can't remember :) Anyway, climbed all the peaks in these photo's on my circuit through the bush. Thoroughly enjoyable

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Gratuitous selfie.
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Nearly back to the vehicle. Followed that ridge in the background from left to right, before dropping down to the flats below, & climbing back to the car park.
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Looking back where I came from
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Passed this
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I climbed those big rocks the chopper is hovering around. No idea why it was there.
Here's one for the truth is stranger than fiction files. While I was standing/sitting on top of those big rocks, I saw this Asian dude, with his European girlfriend approaching. On the way down, I met them, & he was carrying a digeredoo made from plastic plumbing pipe, held together with duct tape. They were on their way to the top, to play it from there. Kicking myself I didn't go back and snap a couple of portraits. Would have been epic.
 

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I've found that walking, or more accurately, hiking, is helping me in my recovery. So I'm doing as much as time allows. From a week or so back, about 8 kms, 430 something meters of elevation gain, or was it 460? Can't remember :) Anyway, climbed all the peaks in these photo's on my circuit through the bush. Thoroughly enjoyable

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I climbed those big rocks the chopper is hovering around. No idea why it was there.
Here's one for the truth is stranger than fiction files. While I was standing/sitting on top of those big rocks, I saw this Asian dude, with his European girlfriend approaching. On the way down, I met them, & he was carrying a digeredoo made from plastic plumbing pipe, held together with duct tape. They were on their way to the top, to play it from there. Kicking myself I didn't go back and snap a couple of portraits. Would have been epic.
Nice shots. I didn't know you were recovering from something, can you explain?
 

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Nice shots. I didn't know you were recovering from something, can you explain?
Yeah. Got hit head on, on my mountain bike by a lady cutting a corner in a 4wd. About 18 months back now. Busted hip now bolted, screwed & plated, wrecked my knee, & the doctor seems to think bulged discs in my back. Been doing physio twice a week since I got onto just one crutch, it's been a long & frustrating recovery I can assure you. Older you get, the longer it takes
 

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Yeah. Got hit head on, on my mountain bike by a lady cutting a corner in a 4wd. About 18 months back now. Busted hip now bolted, screwed & plated, wrecked my knee, & the doctor seems to think bulged discs in my back. Been doing physio twice a week since I got onto just one crutch, it's been a long & frustrating recovery I can assure you. Older you get, the longer it takes
Holy Crap! I'm glad you're at least on the road to recovery! Good luck.
 

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