Tease by grizzlysghost

Tease

One of my favorites, Harney & Sons African Autumn. With spot of honey, dash of lemon. Wot wot?
very purty! etfooi??? what is that? a type of casserole?
November 27th, 2013  
@sunshinephoto5 It's like ETSOOI, but with a more nutty bouquet.
November 27th, 2013  
@grizzlysghost ;) i like it!
November 27th, 2013  
haha...f...stands for fragrance, right?!! lmao
Love your bokeh and the tea mug.
November 27th, 2013  
" It's like ETSOOI, but with a more nutty bouquet..." Best answer ever. And who can resist a good nut?

Pretty pic btw.
November 27th, 2013  
@fauxtography365 Haha, indeed!
November 27th, 2013  
Lovely shot
November 27th, 2013  
Looks inviting
November 27th, 2013  
Never heard of it, but every once and awhile I will have a cup of tea. Coffee is my cup of tea
November 27th, 2013  
mag
well done...looks great...
November 27th, 2013  
Love the focus! Sounds delish!
November 27th, 2013  
Tea is my beverage of choice, so sounds yummy. Love the bokeh and nice cup.
November 27th, 2013  
Sounds and looks delicious!
November 27th, 2013  
Cheers Aaron! :D
November 27th, 2013  
Nice!
November 27th, 2013  
I really like this image! Fav.
November 27th, 2013  
beautiful bokeh, love this shot, FAV
November 30th, 2013  
Love Harney and Sons teas. Just tried Russian countryside - yum!

Lovely image and bokeh.
November 30th, 2013  
Lovely tribute shot.
December 1st, 2013  
Nia
That does sound delish! Such a pretty mug and awesome bokeh! ( I have researching mirrorless cameras and keep coming back to gaze at your wonderful EPl 5 images - you have mentioned purchasing camera equipment second had do you recommend a vendor? Have you seen/tried out the Sony A7, the full frame mirrorless?)
December 3rd, 2013  
@sianipops Thanks Nia! Almost all of the second-hand camera equipment I get is from ebay. I have only read a few reviews about the Sony A7; seems like a nice camera but a bit pricey.
December 3rd, 2013  
Nia
@grizzlysghost thanks Aaron. Yes Sony is pricey but now put me in the dilemma of do I save up and hope mirrorless FF develops more as I would love a FF but put off by the weight of dslr one or go for a 3/4's? If you don't mind one more question - what lenses do you have for the EPL 5?
December 3rd, 2013  
I'm holding out for a Canon FF mirrorless since I have some great Canon glass, so for now I'll just keep an eye on how the FF progresses :) The lenses I have for the EPL5 are:
12mm Zuiko f/2: http://www.amazon.com/Olympus-Zuiko-Digital-Thirds-Cameras/dp/B0058PL9R0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1386087949&sr=8-1&keywords=zuiko+12mm
25mm Lumix f/1.4: http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-Lumix-Micro-SUMMILUX-Aspherical/dp/B0055N2L22
75mm Zuiko f/1.8: http://www.amazon.com/Olympus-M-ZUIKO-DIGITAL-Panasonic-Cameras/dp/B00836JHVQ/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1386088315&sr=1-2&keywords=75mm+1.8
While all of these lenses are fantastic in their own right, the 75mm is stunning! With micro 4/3, you need to double the focal length to get the 35mm equivalent. I.e. the 25mm is equivalent to a 50mm on a full frame, so the 75mm is equivalent to a 150mm, and at f/1.8 that's pretty impressive!
December 3rd, 2013  
Nia
Wow! U r da man! Bookmarked this page stat. Info and links! Of course you have now spurred on another question - every time I think I have grasped something I find out something else - your current Canon glass could be used on a mirrorless Canon FF?
December 3rd, 2013  
@sianipops Nikon's most recent mirrorless ( http://www.amazon.com/Nikon-1528-FX-Format-Digital-3-2-Inch/dp/B00GD1KCAI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1386092651&sr=8-1&keywords=nikon+df) is comparable with all modern Nikon lenses. It's a CMOS sensor (smaller than a full frame), but the body design is what makes it compatible. I would assume Canon's would be as well since that will be a huge selling point. It may be several years before we see a FF Canon mirrorless, but I can wait :)
December 3rd, 2013  
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