May 2009: Pentaxians Nature Reserve Photo Thread!


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hamustar

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It was a very enjoyable (but sweaty :sweat:) outing. The day started well with nik34 delivering our bright red tees...Again, a big thanks from all of us.
Thankfully the weather was kind to us as well

Alright Pentaxians, let's see what you shot!

Thanks Noel for the start up. It's a very fun outing indeed.

I put the two group shots here on this first post, hope you don't mind ;)

This is before the trip started. We got the biggest ever Pentax outing today :D Total of 29 people showed up:




After about 1 hours sweating, 24 of us reached the summit (sorry Ben, you were late ...):

 

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OK some initial contris..

1) The General delivering ops orders to fellow Pentaxians before cheonging into forest.


2) "We will take down the enemy at this position....."


3) Moving off ( check out the dude with the big 'weapon' )
 

Ben Loke

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K20D+DFA100 Macro+AF160 Macro Ring Flash

A Leave.


Ready for Take-Off.
 

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I was focusing on the water droplets. But was surprised to see the spider when I cropped the pic.


One drop creates the ocean.
 

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I knew the trip wasn't gonna be easy, so I only brought one lens and one camera today: FA31+K20D. Here are some leaves and plants I took along the way:









 

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Everybody got some monkey shots today, here are mine, the first two were taken w/ Loke's F*300, the rest were by the FA31 on K20D:









 

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Wow, what a great turnout today! :thumbsup:
This outing must really be called the great Pentax workout. My legs were dying... :embrass:
Was not so productive in shutter count department today, so just a few shots...

Stoney path

K20D Sigma 17-70mm

Ahhh... right there honey...

K20D Sigma 17-70mm
 

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Fruit of the forest

K20D FA 100mm Macro

Backlit fern

K20D FA 100mm Macro
 

hamustar

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Fern Bokeh....




I realized, after looking at the thumbnail in Explorer, that you can actually visualize a face in the bokeh! :bigeyes:
 

Ben Loke

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After my last climb of BT Hill in my teens during school field trip, things have changed.
Especially my breath...:bsmilie:
Yesterday was my first attempt at Macro with Ring Flash.
Here are more pics.




 

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Carried my damn heavy Vivitar macro with flash on the entire journey uphill and only got this one successful shot:cry::cry::cry:

some weird insect, thank Desmond for spotting it for me
 

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Bought my DFA100 along but didn't managed to get any decent shots. Some shots with the DA55 to share.

Fern leave


Noel and his rangefinder camera


fengwei's little princess
 

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Everybody got some monkey shots today, here are mine, the first two were taken w/ Loke's F*300, the rest were by the FA31 on K20D:

"The Making of" fengwei's mokey shots with the F*300 :) Must say it's really sleek for a 300mm ;p

 

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