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Peter, having viewed your images for awhile, even on my lowly laptop, the cropping shows most in the water areas and a bit in the feather detail...it's a stellar shot none the less!
Given the brick in my kit now, both this image and the 'red' car you posted in the 'classic car...' thread helped me understand what light I can shoot in successfully, and that you really need to nail exposure with those bigger pixels.
Your 'red' car shot also sealed to deal for a 135L; a red stripe within reach/budget. Viewed on this sub-par LCD it was super sharp and the bokeh buttery, that image gave me a huge
Slav shared some of his 100L and 135L images, shot wide open, and they revealed a subtle difference between the two lenses, not only with bokeh but contrast and color. I've no doubt the 135L will join the 100L.
BTW, I'm still still, but have been figuring out the brick's button issues and have mastered them, as was with the EOS-3/IV...old techniques not forgotten. Now just to get rollin n shootin