Recent content by Les Klein

  1. Les Klein

    Nature Trees

    P1180286 by kleles, on Flickr
  2. Les Klein

    It's been 10 good years but it's time to bid farewell.

    I trust that you are being well followed, medically. I look forward to your visits here whatever their frequency. All the best to you, despite a not-so-great situation.
  3. Les Klein

    Nature Trees

    Logs on a Wire.
  4. Les Klein

    Nature Trees

    Felled?
  5. Les Klein

    Show Clouds Sunrise/Sunset

    I can’t say ‘don’t get me started’—it’s too late. Sunsets, clouds, sky shots are among my favourite subjects. I won’t flood Cameraderie with my pics, but here is one more.
  6. Les Klein

    Show Clouds Sunrise/Sunset

    Taken many years ago with my FZ20. Still one of my favourites.
  7. Les Klein

    SHOW Lighthouses

    If it’s an upright cylinder with a light on top, in a harbour, it’s a lighthouse, right?
  8. Les Klein

    Cameraderie Photo Challenge #26: Overlooked

    Learning about DoF with ‘new’ camera.
  9. Les Klein

    What's your oldest "living" digital camera?

    2002 Panasonic Lumix FZ20. My first digital camera after a one year photography hiatus after my (film) Nikon FM developed a light leak. It is fully functional, as are the two batteries I have for it. The batteries don’t hold their charge very long.
  10. Les Klein

    Show ships - vessels - boats - yachts - submarines - whatever ...

    Senj TG-427 by kleles, on Flickr
  11. Les Klein

    Show 'Insect'

    Bee by kleles, on Flickr
  12. Les Klein

    Fall colors

    The southern and central Maine and New Hampshire mountains were resplendent with autumn colours. As we travelled west and north more trees were bare and gave a grey, velvety sense to the scenery. The post-peak fall foliage is well represented in these shots taken at Crawford Notch, NH.
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    Beach/Ocean: Lets see yours.

    A clear night and rising almost-full moon drew me to Wells Beach to capture a ‘few' images. Being a landlubber and city dweller, I rarely see a well defined horizon, certainly nothing like the ocean’s. The first image was shot about 30 seconds after the moon’s first emergence, and the second...
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