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Throwback Thursday: Shrivelled Rose

Here we have another image taken with the Pentacon 100/2.8. I told you a bit more about that lens last year. It’s a violet blooming rose. The rose in the image was really blooming in violet.

I really like the small field of depth, especially when using the lens for taking macro images. Although, you can’t really speak of macro images, when having a minimum distance of about 60-70 cm from your subject.

Take care!

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