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BAJANEXILE

United Kingdom
Member since: 2010-05-20

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This Beech Coppice is growing on a Tumulus beside the Ancient Ridgeway Path, Wiltshire, England. Tumuli are Neolithic burial mounds dating back ~4500 years and can be readily seen as the farmers do not disturb or grow crops on them. It is comforting to think that my ancestors lie below and provide nourishment for the trees above. There is such a thing as life after death.

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CameraCANON, EOS

Focal length21 mm

LensZEISS DISTAGON F2.8 21MM

Exposure ISO 100 - (1/6) at f/11

CategoryLandscape

Date posted2012-01-09

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bajanexile - 01-21-12 2:14 AM
Thanks Joey. I am always just amazed by this lens and its resolving ability. This plus the 100mm Makro are probably the finest Carl Zeiss ZE offerings and are both no-brainers if you can afford them. Steve
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bajanexile - 01-11-12 11:05 AM
Thanks Joe. Yes, it is a stunning lens.
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joecan - 01-11-12 8:26 AM
Good one, Steve and thanks for the Note. Only when I enlarged to max I realized what a 21 mm can do!
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