More pictures from the trip to Mt. Vernon. I had posted a bunch of pictures I had taken with the Olympus Trip 35 at Mt Vernon a couple of weeks ago. These were taken with my Minolta Dynax 800si and the Tamron 70-300mm and Maxxum AF 35-105mm lens.

I used the Tamron 70-300mm on the Potomac river cruise, and it was a great choice for the nesting Ospreys. They are raptors that resemble eagles, but they seem to be at home right on the water, nesting on the green buoys. The Maxxum AF 35-105mm was more suited to photographing the buildings and surroundings.


Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Maxxum AF 35-105mm
Mt. Vernon; Potomac River Tamron AF 70-300mm
Mt. Vernon; Potomac River Tamron AF 70-300mm@300mm
Mt. Vernon; Potomac River Tamron AF 70-300mm@300mm
Mt. Vernon; Potomac River Tamron AF 70-300mm – Ft. Washington
Mt. Vernon; Potomac River Tamron AF 70-300mm – Ft. Washington
Osprey nesting, Potomac River buoy Tamron AF 70-300mm@300mm
Osprey nesting, Potomac River buoy Tamron AF 70-300mm@300mm
Mt. Vernon from Potomac River Tamron AF 70-300mm@300mm

Photographed with a Minolta Dynax 800si, Tamron AF 70-300mm f/3.5-5.6, Fuji Superia 200; with Polarizer


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