Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/10/20

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Washington Cascades fall colors
From: pklein at (Peter Klein)
Date: Mon Oct 20 01:03:38 2008

Took a little trip into the mountains today, in search of fall colors. We 
ended up at about 3,000 feet, and had a nice day of it.  M8, 50/2 DR 
Summicron, 35/2 Summicron v. 4, and CV 28/3.5.

This is pretty nice, if I do say so myself. There's too much detail to show 
properly on the screen, looks better printed.
Just for fun, here's the same place last July:

The vine maple is a tree that grows like a vine, and is one of the few 
native trees that turn red around here:

These colors are more typical:

Playing with reflections here, natural versions of Debussy's "Sunken 

And of course I met some dogs.  I always do.  Their owner said:  "They're 
not dogs.  They're aliens."

Enjoy, comments welcome.

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