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In Japan, Carps swim in the sky 1 by torne (where’s my lens cap?)
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at Tokyo Tower, Tokyo using Leica D Vario-Elmarit 14-50mm F2.8-3.5 右上はサンマらしいですよ。

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木蓮 by Neconote
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深川さくら祭り 4 by Neconote
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Cherry Blossom Festival in Fukagawa

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plastic 柄杓 by Neconote
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氷川神社。由緒ありそうな神社なのに、お手水の柄杓がプラスチック製で衝撃を受けた。 Hikawa Shrine. I was surprised that the ladles of chozu are made by plastic though this shrine with a long and distinguished history.

Diving Alligator in Alexander by Phils1stPix “Wait, watch this…”

Before showing off some impressive moves and agileturns, a floating alligator dips below the surface to see what’s coming.

Alexander Springs Recreation Area
Ocala National Forest
Lake County Florida
Olympus OM-D E-M5
14-42mm II Lens
PT-EP08 Underwater Housing,
PPO-EP01 Lens Port
& 14-42mm Zoom Gear

anonymous asked:

I love your photographs so much!! May I ask what kind of camera/lense you use?

Thank you so much.

I have used various cameras from micro 4/3 to full frame throughout the time this tumblr exists. Currently I use an Olympus OM-D E-M5 II with the 12-40 f/2.8.

People will tell you that the camera you use doesn’t matter, it’s your vision that matters. And while I do agree up to a point, what matters is that you like to use your camera, want to use it. Because to build your vision you need to be out there, shooting.

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	Don't Haunt This Place by John Westrock

Periscope DOWN: Too Much Tail in Blue Springs by Phils1stPix Looks like the little one is still getting the hang of it, stirring up the bottom, while much bigger mom glides by without a trace.

Florida Manatee
Blue Springs State Park
Orange City, Volusia County Florida, USA
Olympus OM-D E-M5
14-42mm II Lens
PT-EP08 Underwater Housing,
PPO-EP01 Lens Port
& 14-42mm Zoom Gear

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	Searching For Wisdom That Every Man Seeks To Find by John Westrock