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SlowSong

Thanks for dropping by. All clicks and comments very much appreciated. Smile

I like documentary and street photography, but a bit of anything else on the side. I tend not to use Photoshop too much, just sticking to the basic adjustments, but sometimes break free to try something "arty".

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Oh no, a new lens is tugging at my purse strings. I've become a bit weary of doing just street photography lately and feel I need a long zoom so that I can have a go at wildlife perhaps. Or maybe I just want to aquire some new equipment. Smile Anyway, after my trip to Kensington Gardens yesterday, where all the interesting stuff seemed to be hundreds of yards away, I decided that I'd get the Panny 100-300m zoom. I don't have anything in that zoom range for either the M43 or DSLR so I think it's worth a try and it's not too much of a strain in the bank department. And then I can take it with me to the nature reserves too. Smile Here are a couple I took with the 14-140 zoom yesterday, but woefully inadequate.

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