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One side of Downtown New Haven

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Sunset- North Haven

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So, I've fallen back in love with the Opteka semi-fisheye lens attachment for my canon t3i.after using it a few months ago I wasn't too excited about it because of all the lens aberration... but i think I've taken care of that. You still get a lot of junk on the edges.. but by using a smaller aperture, you cut back on most of the soft focus and aberrations. These are some sunset shots from North Haven-- behind the Toys R Us plaza if you know the area. So, in short it must have been user error-- yea I'll admit it. It is also a really good macro lens.


















Christmas Scenes on the Street: Wallingford

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Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas and God Bless You! See you in the New Year

Luke 2:14 (King James Version)
"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men."

Pictures Of Airplanes

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I'm pretty sure that while taking these pictures I came close to getting arrested. It's not that I was doing anything wrong-- I was taking pictures off Airport property and away from any signs that say keep away.. or no parking. But I was a little paranoid-- plus I'm a black guy -- or dark skinned person pointing a black thing at an airplane while it's taking off from an airport with dozens of people on board. I'm just saying-- from 100 yards away who knows what I look like.
    Anyway, I found spot to take pictures in the parking lot of a closed down business... the fence boarders Bradley International Airport's runway.... after taking pictures of the first plane that took off a security vehicle came speeding down the runway at-- i'm guessing about 110 miles per hour. The engine was pushing as hard as it could.. then there was a 20-30 minute break between flights. In that time I saw my friend the security guard's car at least three more times. I wa…

Knight Out With Bokeh

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Wikipedia: In photography, bokeh  is the blur,or the aesthetic quality of the blur, in out-of-focus areas of an image, or "the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light."[8]