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The comments when I posted a few from around the house made me think - wouldn't that be a use case for 24mm? I normally shoot in the garden, so I'll make a change and show you our home from the street side also. No more rain today, helps ;)

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Mayla enjoying warmer temperatures

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It's unexpectedly hot today and the boss decided to decrease activity to a minimum in the afternoon.
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The comments when I posted a few from around the house made me think - wouldn't that be a use case for 24mm? I normally shoot in the garden, so I'll make a change and show you our home from the street side also. No more rain today, helps ;)

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Mayla enjoying warmer temperatures

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Some sum lots of green and you have a landscape transformed. Solar panels above the carport?
 
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Very warm here today, too.

From the start of today's walk:

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Mrs. T. on the trail

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Bellwort...
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Halberd violet.

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Lady's slipper orchids:

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Sunny with big puffy clouds and intermittent wind (the kind that is tied to you pressing the shutter button).

1. Pear blossoms. Popped up almost overnight!
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2. Tulips that invade our "lawn". My wife loves 'em so they stay. Ever since we took down the Birch (5 years ago or so) they've been taking over.
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Soon, a strawberry!

[Originally posted in Day 2 by mistake]

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Helios 44-2 f/2 at f/11
 

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I found this wonderful vintage car.
It's a Lancia Beta Montecarlo from the 70's. It's really rare one.

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Enjoy
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I've got two today. First a scene from my street in the wee hours with some hand blended HDR:

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And second, yet another random number generator, made into a 'Magic 8 Cube' device for making all my decisions for me. (j/k, that's actually Becky's job!)

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Given the unseasonably hot and sunny day, I was too busy enjoying the day, to get out and shoot. Took this quick shot with my phone, while cooking...
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A sure sign of Spring, for us to get to cook and eat outside.
 
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Sunny with big puffy clouds and intermittent wind (the kind that is tied to you pressing the shutter button).

1. Pear blossoms. Popped up almost overnight!
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2. Tulips that invade our "lawn". My wife loves 'em so they stay. Ever since we took down the Birch (5 years ago or so) they've been taking over.
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Lucky you on the tulips. If anything like that came up in our yard the deer would nip 'em off before they could get 4 inches tall. I like your photograph, too.
 
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Lucky you on the tulips. If anything like that came up in our yard the deer would nip 'em off before they could get 4 inches tall. I like your photograph, too.
Thanks, Jim. While we may get the very occasional deer or moose in the winter, we do have a year round population of 5-6 outdoor cats in the neighborhood who decimate our bird population, or a the very least least suppress their numbers. I cheer every time I hear a Great Horned Owl!
 
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