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Aperture Series: Table in Wyman Canyon Cabin (M240)

June 2013 50/2 APO, which suffered from poor flare control.

Shot using the 24-megapixel Leica M Typ 240.

Table in Wyman Canyon Cabin

This table is found in an old rancher’s cabin in the White Mountains of California. Use caution in such places, as hantavirus is known to be carried by mice (and thus their droppings), so move slowly and don’t stir up dust.

The camera is tilted down, so that the close foreground is sharp as well as the leading edge of the table.

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