Weekly 43rumors readers pictures roundup…

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Dennis Belogorsky‎
After the morning rainstorm in San Francisco’s Nob Hill. Panasonic GX85 & 35-100 X lens. Processed in Lightroom

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This is the weekly selection:


Martin Gallego
The human factor
Olympus E-M1 MKII +MZuiko 40-150 Pro + 1.4X
http://martingallego.blogspot.com


‎Elio Pecora‎
Parsons Dance in Como – Panasonic GX80 with Pana 35-100/2.8


Gildas Funtun‎
International Women’s Day 2017.
Scuplture of Nathalie LeRoy Daniel.
http://www.nathalieleroydaniel.com/
Lumix GX8 + Panasonic 25mm f1.4


‎Bob Towery‎
Pen-F, 40-150mm Oly Pro.


‎Norman Doggett‎
The New Mexico Rail Runner Express stopped in its light trail south of Santa Fe. E-M1 Mark II, M. Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 at 40 mm.


‎Andrew Miller‎
Em5ii 12-40 pro at 12mm/f4
Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Cleveland Ohio


‎Dustin Rhoades‎
Just picked up my E-M1 II this week. Really happy with the rich details I’m getting out of the raw files. Speaking of which, here’s a nice one from this morning. A metallic shield bug shot at ISO 200, F8, and 1/125 with the Oly 60mm and a 26mm set of Kenko extension tubes.


Sebastian Bayer‎
Working in the Shadows – Zoo Heidelberg, Germany
Olympus OMD E-M5II, 40-150 2.8 + MC14
https://www.flickr.com/photos/sebastian-bayer/

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