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    Ghost in the souq

    All the shops had shut and everyone had gone home. Then this old guy appeared:


    Ghost in the souq

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    Re: Ghost in the souq

    Very authoritative, confident and mild mannered looking ghost. Looks like he escaped from either the Harry Potter or The Lord of the Ring set.

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    Re: Ghost in the souq

    His face looks like it is carved from wood. I understand why you gave it this title, but I don't think he is very ghost-like. He would have made a good subject for a street portrait.

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    Re: Ghost in the souq

    Thanks guys, I think!

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    Re: Ghost in the souq

    The richness of the tones. The way light is reflected on the tiles, the fabrics and the shutters. Gorgeous.

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    Re: Ghost in the souq

    Thanks Donald. The other thing I love about the 2/35 Distagon is the out of focus areas. For a relatively wide lens it gives some of the most '3D' rendering of the Zeiss range. I'm targeting a 2/25 Distagon next I think. Or maybe the awesome 2/135 - mmmmm

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