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A quick trip after work on Thursday to Talacre North Wale to do a reccy more than anything. While i was there i set up the camera and let if running for a bit. 

20 x 2.5 mins ISO 500 F6.3

Sony A7RII

ZEISS 24-70mm 

33625298688_ed150f2c2a_z.jpgTalacre Trails by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr

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19 hours ago, JeremyS said:

Beautiful, as always, Danny!

Thanks Jeremy :) next time will be with my new 20mm F2 Tokina :)

 

16 hours ago, Andy R said:

Great picture I often walk my dogs there. 

I love it there Andy and the kids do too. i must visit 3-5 times a month.

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Another cracker and " I wish I'd been there " shot. You've really controlled the quality and quantity of light.

Did you ever get the Batis lens ?

The Tokina sounds good though and did you get the manual or AF ?

Dave.

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6 hours ago, davew said:

Another cracker and " I wish I'd been there " shot. You've really controlled the quality and quantity of light.

Did you ever get the Batis lens ?

The Tokina sounds good though and did you get the manual or AF ?

Dave.

No Dave this is sharper than the BATIS.  This is the AF version but i really wanted the MF but no where had them in stock and i really wanted one. i got this one at a good price though £600. 

The light on the front of the LH is ambient light from the caravan site just behind the beach.  no additional light was added. 

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I love the quality of your pictures and as always this is no exception. :)

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3 hours ago, RichM63 said:

I love the quality of your pictures and as always this is no exception. :)

Thank you very much mate appreciate that

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On 01/04/2019 at 19:16, Daniel-K said:

No Dave this is sharper than the BATIS.  This is the AF version but i really wanted the MF but no where had them in stock and i really wanted one. i got this one at a good price though £600. 

The light on the front of the LH is ambient light from the caravan site just behind the beach.  no additional light was added. 

Hi Danny

I didn't realise this lens was better than the Batis so have fun with it. I'll look out for more of your shots.

So the lighthouse gets lit up rather like Penmon. I learned very quickly to only image when the cafe car park light came on :) 

Dave.

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1 hour ago, davew said:

Hi Danny

I didn't realise this lens was better than the Batis so have fun with it. I'll look out for more of your shots.

So the lighthouse gets lit up rather like Penmon. I learned very quickly to only image when the cafe car park light came on :) 

Dave.

yeah Dave just like Penmon cafe ?  i wish other people would realize this in stead of trying to light paint the bloody thing

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