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Peter, thanks! Love your beachscapes, especially the last two panos.
Kevin, I really like your macro-work.
James, interesting takes on the knob. Love the diagonal highlight/reflection on the B&W-shot - perfect!
Chin, your recent dog-shots are amazing. Is a calendar with dog-portraits in the making?
Monty, congrats to your 55/1.2 Ai!
Curtis, excellent portraits! The over-exposed harbor-shot looks pretty cool. Honestly - print it as large as possible, hang it on a wall and you will hear a lot of "Wow's" from people who don't think in f-stops and ISO-numbers. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Philippe, the 50/1.8 works a charm in your hands. Love the traffic-signs in french colors :-)
Leighton, very nice bench-shots! The edged benches work great together with the rounded fence-shadows.
I like the second train-detail a lot - perfectly framed and the colors go very well together with the worn paint.
Jorge, great stuff! Love the carrousel-shot, excellent way to use motion-blur.
Ray and Leighton - regarding the 9 aperture-blades: no one will notice the number of aperture-blades if the lens is used strictly for wide-open shots ;-)
A fellow photographer here asked me on what occasion I lost all of my aperture-blades...
Ray, the 35/1.4 seems to work very nicely on your D7000.
Thanks to anyone who commented on the tilted ship - much appreciated!