Quote:6a. Another view
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Quote:Thanks for posting Neil, great shots. What lens were you using?
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Quote:Quote:Thanks for posting Neil, great shots. What lens were you using? Thanks Sergio: I was using two Canon lenses: the 17-40 f1:4 L and the 85 f1:1.8 EF. Two very nice lenses!
Quote:28 "Now, where'd that pesky Sun go?" Nice Traveller (I think).
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Quote: Great photos but in 6a is that tape on his glasses??? Any more pics please post. m2
Quote:Quote: Great photos but in 6a is that tape on his glasses??? Any more pics please post. m2 Sure is. He also had a propeller beanie on but wasn't wearing it for that pic. Omg it was hilarious. Leave it to the guys at AP to go 50's retro.
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