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Reflections in the charity shop.

Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by Brian1940, May 15, 2018.

  1. Brian1940

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    Ah! I get a fuzzy warm feeling looking at this.
    I have spent much time in similar shops :)
     
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    Irene said, Ah! I get a fuzzy warm feeling looking at this.
    I have spent much time in similar shops :)

    I’m saying nothing of course. :D
     
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    The chap in the reflection doesn’t look too happy.
     
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    Low angle of view Brian. Were you pretending to tie your shoelaces?
     
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    Sitting on the sofa whilst the wife scoured the shelves for early Ming items. ;)
     
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    Nice shot Brian, I agree with Mike that the bloke does not look happy.
     
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    Nor would you be, he was only on charity shop number five, with another four to go......and that's just the London Rd. ;)
     
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    Is there any other lens? ;)

    Seriously for my type of snaps the 18 plus 27mm cover everything..........trouble is can't restrain myself from retail therapy.

    But, and I mean this. The 27mm seems to have a unique rendition, it reminds me of the Elmar f2.8 50mm
     

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