Micro 4/3 Finally - some sunshine!

soundimageplus

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Jul 6, 2010
103
After a week of pretty dreadful weather the clouds parted for a few hours last evening to let me get out and shoot some pictures.

I used a Panasonic GH1 and my new "wonderzoom" the Panasonic Leica Vario-Elmar f3.5-5.6mm 14-150mm

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BBW

Administrator Emeritus
Jul 7, 2010
123
betwixt and between
BB
Well when those clouds parted you certainly got out there and covered a lot of ground! There's something about that long view of the fields, your 7th, that really makes me feel free. I think I can feel your relief at being out there again!

I have to add that going through your blog to reach these in their larger sizes on Flickr is really a worth while trip.
 

Boyzo

Veteran
Jul 14, 2010
68
Glad the Sun shone for you, here in Melbourne we only get peeks (winter)

You seem to be very taken by the PL 14-150 (I recently acquired one) and its well built albeit heavy and does focus quite close at max zoom, I tend to use it wide open.

Very nice images I love the landscapes and skies, your lucky to have ready access to rural places

Is this a long term love with this lens ;-) or will it pass?? ;-)

Many Pro's cry prime prime Nah seldom use zooms.
 

Underneath

Regular
Jul 6, 2010
3
It is a great lens. Amazing how brown that grass is after so much rain and cloudiness! Love the detail in that tree trunk and the processing in the first shot.
 

kathyh

Veteran
Jul 13, 2010
103
Ottawa, Canada
Kathy
I have to agree with BB, the 7th image of the fields is really special. My husband has that lens. I think I'll have to get myself an adapter.
 

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