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End of Summer — Snap-shot by 500 mm Lens

Posted in Art, Existentialism, Fun to read :-D, Photography, Who is Yoshizen, Zen in Action by yoshizen on September 3, 2013

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If I didn’t tell you, you may not noticed that they were taken by 500 mm lens.

All the photos here except the obvious one were taken by a Tamron 500 mm

Mirror lens.  Photo looks pretty ordinary, and nothing special are they ?

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Even with its 500 mm focal length, thanks to its fundamental design (incoming light

was internally reflected back and forward twice)  mirror lens can be less than 1/3rd of

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its  focal length = in deed,  this lens got

only  11o mm long and 87 mm diameter

= say, mere one-size larger than my mug-cup.

So, the people on front of the camera may not

noticed that they’ve  been photographed.

= anyway they don’t mind others 10 , 20 m away. 

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And of cause, I could easily take picture of a Mulberry, few left high on a branch. 

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I found scattered confetti on a ground = it must be left by a wedding photo-do.

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So, the summer 2013 has gone. (more or less)  😉

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  1. bentehaarstad said, on September 3, 2013 at 17:57

    I like the more or less. Still hope for a tiny bit of summer I hope. Nice photos, Yoshizen.

    • yoshizen said, on September 3, 2013 at 18:37

      Local people who came from Africa really enjoyed
      hot summer, having BBQ etc —– noisiest summer.
      when we are ready for autumn, then a hot weave or
      two might come back.
      (Have you tested 500 mm ? or yet 🙂 )

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    • yoshizen said, on May 30, 2014 at 12:49

      Ha ha ha , I know it very well —– Some said it’s a part of fun here.
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