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Dave Gurtcheff

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LBI Autumn
« on: October 15, 2023, 09:52:40 pm »

his week here on Long Beach Island there was a great sky, the golden rods are blooming on the dunes, and the tourists have left (well most of them). Now at age 86, I don't get out to photograph as often as I used to.....No excuses as I certainly have the time, it's just getting motivated. My wife and I had doctor appointments and she suggested taking a camera. I wanted to pack light so I grabbed my Sony A7RIV and only two lenses: the 12-24, and 24-105. I shot a number of images and suggested to my wife we stop back home for me to grab my "Big Camera", the Fuji GFX 100S. I took only two lenses: the 35-70mm and the 23mm. I used only the 35-70. I now have both the 35-70 and 32-64. Long story short: the 32-64 was left in the rain on the camera for two days. I was not sure it could be repaired so I bought, on sale, for $475 new, the 35-70. Two images with 35-70 at 35mm f13 ISO 400 all hand held (Bravo IBIS). Thanks for looking

Dave Gurtcheff

Beach Haven, NJ

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