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Leica M240
Leica 50mm f/0.95 Noctilux-M

Aperture Series: Lundy Creek Boulder Logjam (M240)

This example uses a favorable subject for the Noctilux: a large centrally located object of interest.

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Boulder logjam in Lundy Creek

Oct 19, 2013, 9:09 AM. In Lundy Canyon are found large boulders of strongly colored stone that have apparently tumbled down after the last glacial melt-off; they are not rounded-off and thus are not glacial erratics, but can be seen to have come from high on the cliffs. Still, some are located well away from the apparent strata matching the rock, and thus might have been pushed down over time by small glacial surges or water.

The color has intentionally been left cold (bluish) by conversion using Daylight color temperature.

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