Local Marina

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I took my 180mm lens on a D750 out for a stroll at the local marina.

Peninsula Club, Lake Norman, NC
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Beauties Mike. I love the way that lens renders. (y)
Thanks for your comment. I agree the 180mm f2.8EDIF lens has such rich and full bodied colors, and while its not as crisply sharp as modern lenses there is a 3D look to it w/ rounded edges instead of hyper detailed edges, if I could describe it that way.
 
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Wonderful pictures. The wooden, old ship, is my favorite.

This lens is on my wishlist since years...
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Nice set. I especially like the old cabin cruiser. Much more interesting than the plastic boats.

OK, here's another vintage cabin cruiser shot showing the stern.
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And a little closer shot focusing on the cabin.
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OK, here's another vintage cabin cruiser shot showing the stern.
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We grew up sailing on the gulf coast and east coast. Dad always insisted on the wood work (teak) being varnished. Once my brothers and I were old enough to drive, we would spend most of the summer maintaining the wood work. We would spend about a week each month sanding and varnishing. But the results really showed.
 
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