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After bench testing a lens I purchased, it was time to take it out and chase some photons with it. The clouds that were initially there when I left but disappeared during the time I took to drive to this location. Still, there were photons to capture.

33°32'30.13"N, 111°37'13.36"W
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rmalarz wrote:
Sat Jan 16, 2021 9:59 pm
After bench testing a lens I purchased, it was time to take it out and chase some photons with it. The clouds that were initially there when I left but disappeared during the time I took to drive to this location. Still, there were photons to capture.

33°32'30.13"N, 111°37'13.36"W
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I like it... but the telephone pole sucks!

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So did the sky by the time I got there.

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Enjoyable image...well composed Bob.

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Thank you, Psjunkie. I appreciate your visit and comment.
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rmalarz wrote:
Sat Jan 16, 2021 9:59 pm
After bench testing a lens I purchased, it was time to take it out and chase some photons with it. The clouds that were initially there when I left but disappeared during the time I took to drive to this location. Still, there were photons to capture.

33°32'30.13"N, 111°37'13.36"W
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Well, you caught the trailing edge of the good sky and it looks like you had some good light, so that’s two ingredients. Add some interesting landscape and a cool cactus and it works fine. (Darned pole).
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Post by rmalarz »

Minnie, since it was somewhat of a test, the pole has become a focus of some humorous exchanges. However, the photograph served its purpose.
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