Leica Winter 2017-2018 Images

Mr_Flibble

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The Lowlands
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Rick
Posted this in another typic, but I guess it goes here as well

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Frosty Webs.
Leica IIIc, 5cm f/2.5 Hektor, Fomapan 100, f/5.6 at 1/60th
 
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I have 8 weeks of leave and a beach house in Florida. Told my wife and daughter not to annoy me... That would get me through most of the Winter "In Style".
 

carlb

All-Pro
No reason why this should only be "classic" winter shots ... Balmy and beach-house winter shots welcome, heh.

Brian, are you going to be in the panhandle, or ?
 
We usually come down every Summer- had to skip last summer. We will be down next Summer, most definitely. When I retire- the plan is to head down to Navarre and Pensacola. I've vacationed in the Panhandle ever since a Baby, which was 60 years ago now.
 

carlb

All-Pro
I agree: stay home after or during a snowstorm. No reason to get the car stuck.

Those are some busy spiders there!

I need to push myself more to get out for pics regardless of skies. I see gray and just don't even want to put a camera in the glove box. But sometimes gray days can offer the best pics.
 

carlb

All-Pro
Thanks, David. The last two are with a D-LUX (the twin of the LX100), those before that are with SL and the 24-90mm zoom. All are with polarizers. I use Marumi DHG CPL filters - they hit a sweet spot for polarizing-cut, pass-through transmission, and price.
 

carlb

All-Pro
David, Christine - Winter can sure be beautiful. Great shots.

Mostly grey and overcast here. Shouldn't be a deterrent to pics, I know. Have the D-LUX in the glove box though, ready if opportunity strikes.
 

christilou

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Location
Sunny Frimley
Believe me, it's a bit of everything here in the UK. From lovely Spring sunshine to freezing sleet and wind (today) in a matter of hours! That's what we get for living on a small island!
 

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