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FOTD – May 15, 2019 – Japanese Maple Leaves

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Photo taken with my new Sony A7III Mirrorless Full Frame (ILCE-7M3 v2.10).  Sony E-mount 18-200mm lens.

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  1. I love my Japanese maple, too, though you’ve got a red one which is very cool. Mine turns scarlet at the end of autumn. When all the other leaves are faded and falling, my Japanese maple is the last tree standing.

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  2. Do you carry a spray bottle to put droplets on your plants before you shoot? Or is it always raining there too? I love the droplets on the leaves. There’s a kind of elegance to those droplets that makes the picture special.

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    • From what you are used to, yes this camera is much lighter. Although it’s a few ounces heavier than my last camera because the battery is a little bigger. 😀 I’m finally starting to feel alive again and can breath. Yippie 😀

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