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My big girl BabyDoll.

My big girl BabyDoll. Took the dogs for a walk Friday afternoon and decided to throw my old Nex5n in my pocket to take a few snaps. I havn’t taken this camera out in a while as I mainly shoot my A7r these days, but the snaps I took the other arvo show just how capable this slightly aging, pocket-able little camera still is. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Took the dogs for a walk Friday afternoon and decided to throw my old Nex5n in my pocket to take a few snaps. I havn’t taken this camera out in a while as I mainly shoot my A7r these days, but the snaps I took the other arvo show just how capable this slightly aging, pocket-able little camera still is. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2

My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2
My big girl BabyDoll. Taken with Sony Nex5n with Minolta 45m f2

 

The face that could break hearts…

The face that could break hearts...  This again is my gorgeous girl Babydoll being the world largest sook that she is as she rejects to me taking her photo at the doorway.  Kodak GT800 expired ’06 in my Minolta A7 with Minolta 50mm f1.4 Shot a stop over Home developed by hand in Paterson tank with Uni-color c41 kit Scanned at home on Epson 4990
The face that could break hearts… This again is my gorgeous girl Babydoll being the world largest sook that she is as she rejects to me taking her photo at the doorway. Kodak GT800 expired ’06 in my Minolta A7 with Minolta 50mm f1.4 Shot a stop over Home developed by hand in Paterson tank with Uni-color c41 kit Scanned at home on Epson 4990