Jeff's Monthly Project for 2011 (12/18/11 update)

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Last year I made the decision to buy a PS travel zoom camera. This year I went to see a friend I hadn't seen in 7 years, and only took my PS because I didn't want the camera to get in the way.

From landscapes to art images and video, I feel the Panosonic ZS5 did a fantastic job. this was a trip where I used everything the little camera offers from full manual to stablized 450mm zoom.

Here are the results:

Macro Tele-zoom:

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"Art Images"

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Landscapes
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Birds
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Snakes
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Sports

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Nice series Jeff. You did a nice job with the travel camera. There are times when you don't want your full kit. It just gets in the way of spending time with others.
 
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October images

Ok, for October, It took much longer to carve them than to image:)

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D200 & 80-200 2r ISO 800 on a monopod 1/24 sec @ 135mm.
 
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Missed the September set What great images. Sent me to look up that camera. And think your pumpkin carvings (cannot bring myself to call them Jack-O- Lanterns) are the best. And the photo is just right too, just enough of the rest of the pumpkin
 
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11/26 stuff

Keeping with my theme of equipment, today was the first time I used my Tamron 90 with my D7K, and I hadn't use my D200 recently.

D7K and T90 - Mushroom

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D200 and 80/200 2r:

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One month to go.....
 
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Before I go away for the holidays, here are my December images.

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Keeping with my theme of equipment, this is my D200 and 24-85D - both very old in digital years, but they still work for me.

Thanks all who viewed, during the year of lots of family health issues which kept me from imaging as much as I would have liked, the 12 month project kept me in the game.

Next year with semi-retirement I'll do a 52 week project.
 
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Very nice series Jeff. Your images make me wish for the time we lived in Seattle area, or where I grew up in Northern California.

It has been a fun year. Thanks for all of your posts and comments. The 52 week thread will keep you busy. I am not quite ready to comment that much time, but hopefully soon.

Take care,
Larry
 
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It's been fun and love your images. Will vist the 12 month just to see how its doing.

Merry Christams to you.
 

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