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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    The testing the latest version of the 35HD design we went for a walk to the lake Pfaeffikersee,

    rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1, 24 mm focal length, 0.18 mm homemade brass pinhole, f/128, negative size 24 mm x 43 mm, Polypan F @ 200 ASA, developed in Calbe A49 (Atomal) 1+1 12 min.

    Usually I can get 100 ASA speed with the Polypan F film but Calbe A49 gives true 200 ASA with a very fine grain.

    One of the many fishing places around the lake. What looks like a small jetty is dedicated for fishing only. Fishing has the absolute priority on these jetties. It's not allow to use it for swimming or landing a boat etc. Attached files

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    Around the lake it has a hiking trail leading through the nature reserve around the lake. So it has a lot of interesting trees.

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    A second beautiful tree.

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    Looking from the South end of the lake in direction of Seegräben.

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    More trees

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    I'm fascinated by this dead tree. Unfortunately I cannot go closer as it is forbidden to leave the trail and to enter the nature reserve area.

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    The small boat landing place at the South-East corner of the lake. In the background behind the sailboats a public lido.

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    A small creek short before flowing in the lake. As it was pretty dark, around LV 9, and I hade to expose for several minutes I was busy to avoid that somebody, mostly children and dogs, were shaking the tripod. I took this shot standing on a small bridge which is the connection between the parking area and the lido. As it was sunny and warm a lot of people passed by. Several people approached my also to ask what I'm doing. They couldn't see anything interesting in the creek. I almost missed to stop the exposure but finally I made the shot. The main challenge of this picture, in addition to the fight with the children and the dogs, was to balance the exposure in a way that I could get still some details in the darker area on the right not completely overexposing the much brighter area on the left.

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    Pfaeffikersee (rejeCAM 35HD-24 #1)

    And as last picture again trees, in the evening illuminated by the sun in a strong sidelight. It look's almost like a flash picture but shows precisely how the lighting situation was.

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