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Kameleo

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e-pl1&14-150
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JudyM

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Both with the Gf1. Sorry I don't remember the lens on the first one, probably the Zeiss 50mm f1.4 Planar. The second is with the 20mm.

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Howdy!
Both taken in Quebec with the Oly E-P3 and Panny 25mm 1.4
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Kameleo.... Great composition, colors, feel!
 

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One from this evening's walk, with the SMC Pentax-M 100/4 on the E-P2.

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Three GG1's, one immaculate, the other two looking very forlorn. All three taken with the Gf1 and 20mm.

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One from the weekend shot with Panny GX1

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I know next to nothing about trains, except what my husband has told me when we've visited museums, but I do know that I love the sights and sounds of the old steam trains.

Taken some years ago with an old point and shoot:
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Excellent composition, Judy. Another proof of the old adage, it's not the camera, it's the person behind it ...
 

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My son (age 5) is a railfan, but his favorites are high-speed trains. Here are a few pics from our trip to Japan last fall.

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The green one on the right is one of the newest and fastest shinkansen in Japan, the E5 "Hayabusa."

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A working Shinkansen platform. Bullet trains leave every few minutes.

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He loves wearing his Amtrak engineer costume.

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This is an old-style "Dr. Yellow" diagnostic bullet train, whose duties are to check the tracks and wires for safety.

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This is a prototype of Japan's superconducting maglev train, currently in development.
 

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Had a great train ride in the Black Hills of South Dakota last week... on an 1880 steam train. About a 2 1/2 hour ride from Hill City, SD to Custer, SD and back. Here are some snaps from the trip...

E-M5 with Pany 14-140 lens
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E-M5 with Pany 14-140 lens
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G3 with Oly 14-42IIR
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E-M5 with Zuiko 9-18 lens
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E-M5 with Zuiko 9-18 lens
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E-M5 with Zuiko 9-18 lens
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E-M5 with Zuiko 9-18 lens
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E-M5 with Zuiko 9-18 lens - "Busted!"
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E-M5 with Zuiko 9-18 lens
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Amtrak San Joaquin crossing Laguna Creek. m.Zuiko 40-150/4-5.6

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Here's my daughter setting up a motion blur shot with her Holga. Unfortunately, the train reversed at this point and she didn't get the shot. I did though :) This one's with my $7 thrift store Canonet QL17 GIII and Fujicolor 400 with B&W conversion in the computer.
 
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