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John, exceptional landscape-work! Carrying the 400mm was well worth the effort. The "compressed craters" has magazine-quality.
Eric, beautifully done orchid! I'm really sorry for my impolite comment on the lovely portrait of your daughter.
Mark, I hope to recover soon to be able to walk to your favorite spot again - it's a beautiful place in every weather.
Nancy, excellent close-ups! The 75-150 and the D200 team up nicely in your hands (sorry for my helpless English).
Leighton, you seem to re-discover all your lenses on the D600 now and I really enjoy looking at this process. The bokeh-play-shots are awesome & the horse-portrait is absolutely outstanding.
Rafael, congrats to your pristine 55/1.2. A former Marine-corps-Nikkor is really something very special. The portrait of the lady with fan is movie-like - great work!
Ray, excellent images from your smokeys-trip! Love the pale winter-landscape and the historic cabin as well.
Curtis, love your bokeh-play with the 180/2.8!
Ian, I like your great in every way landscapes a lot.
Philippe, excellent snaps (in the best sense) of the gentleman in the Super-7!
Samy, great action from the soccer field! Choosing the right lens for field-sports like football, soccer and the like is always tricky. Most sideline-shooters here are working with two cameras - one with a 300, 400 or even 500mm lens and the other one with a 70-200. Manual lenses are a rare sight now at the sidelines, but from time to time somebody shows up with unusual camera-lens-combinations (I remember a Nikkor 500/4P on a Canon-body for example).