Victoria's Light

Alayne’s Garden, and Wonder Woman

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I am really enjoying shooting with the Nikon D850. The camera is very versatile, the only drawback being it is awfully heavy to lug around. In some cases its weight is good for getting a solid shooting position for composition. Auto-focus is overcoming my difficulty using manual focus of late. My eyes are not taking to it especially on rangefinders. These images were shot with the amazing Nikon 135DC lens. I cannot think of a finer lens for bokeh. The build quality is superb, and it has a fine retractable hood. Focus is quick and accurate. The lens is a gorgeous piece of kit and a prized possession. Wonder Woman resides on Alayne’s front porch.

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