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Glad to hear all the reports of people safe and sound after Sandy. Looks like quite a battering but thankfully all the preparation by the emergency services seems to have paid off. Of course one wishes no-one had been hurt but also realise how much worse it could have been.
Leighton, amazing shot of the snow blizzard. I hope that the farm and all the animals are also safe.
Farm 119 is very well processed Peter, lovely pic. I agree with you that 28mm can do sharper at a smaller aperture but it was so gloomy inside I had to shoot wide open. But then I'm coming from 6 years of using a D200 so still probably too hesitant to push high ISO numbers.
Love the drum cymbal shot Kevin, and the guitar shot.
John, just incredible pics from Hawaii, you have such a good eye for great shots.
Tony, fascinating series of the Egyptian temple in Madrid.
Lizzy, wow - love your pic with the 105 and the D800E.
Samy - such rich detail with the tubes, especially the vibrant red / brown leaf.
Philippe, another amazing street shot of the man browsing the maps. You could make a book of Nancy street life shots.
Lastly thanks to everyone for your kind words on the snow series and on the B&W shots of my son. Yes Georg, I know what you mean on the AF lenses not being fool proof either, I started with the 50mm f1.8G and realised it's been so long since I had an AF lens on my camera I had forgotten how to change the AF settings. It was hunting so much in the low light of the room I changed to the 28mm to make it easier to focus.