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Sunday, October 7, 2012

Here are a few more photos I did of the Portland Head Light.  These were taken on a trip to the lighthouse on a foggy day.

I used my favorite wide angle lens, the Leitz 21mm Elmarit on a Leica M9.  The extreme wide angle includes the important foreground detail of the rocky Maine coast.

This was taken at a greater distance from the lighthouse using a 135mm Leitz Apo-Telyt lens on the M9.  The long lens and distance emphasizes the fog.

I liked the juxtaposition of two forms of the birdhouse and lighthouse tower.  Taken with a 28mm Summicron lens on the Leica M9 with the focus on the birdhouse to bring out its detail.

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