Late Fall Flowers by Vintage Lenses

My partner, Carole, has some lenses from her grand-father and I decided to give them a chance to take pictures of flowers in the early morning in November. All these photos were taken with a Mamiya/Sekor 50mm film camera lens on a DSLR.

Taken with a Mamiya/Sekor 50mm film camera lens on a DSLR.  This is a Heather, we think, since we did not plant this flower.  Taken in November.
Taken with a 50mm Mamiya/Sekor film camera lens on a DSLR.  This is a Camilla growing by the side of the house in the shadiest area.  Taken in November. 
Taken with a 50mm Mamiya/Sekor film camera lens on a DSLR.  We did not plant the flowers and we think it is a Black-Eyed Susan.  Taken in November.
Taken with a 50mm Mamiya/Sekor film camera lens on a DSLR.  It is a rose found in the early morning after a light rain in November. 
Taken with a Mamiya/Sekor 50mm film lens however it is being used on a DSLR.  This is another rose found in the flower bed this morning after a light rain.  Taken in November.
Taken with a 50mm Mamiya/Sekor film camera lens on a DSLR.  Well, not exactly flowers however they always appear at this time of year.  They are on some moss attached to a dead maple tree.  I do not think they are edible and are probably harmless.  Taken in November.

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