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I'll bet Curtis bought it . He's been quiet for two days now.
I guess "Nikki" is has an external following
1 and 3 are my favorites from this Tony.
I'm pretty darn thankful for this thread! (even when I don't make enough time for it)
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Precious moments for sure, Matt.
Matt OHarver wrote:
One quick one of Brandon tonight in front of the Christmas tree showing off the 85MMMM F1.4 Bokeh.
MJO_3295 by MattOphotog, on Flickr
Laura. I like the cat shot a lot.
Mark, I had one of those, I think. In the states, they were called Timex Sinclair, and I had the 1000 version with the 16k pack module
MFD = Minimum Focus Distance. I wouldn't be surprised to find out I just made that up and no-one else uses it, I still don't know what MBP means which Monty keeps using.
And Cheers right back!
Mac Book Pro
It's quite obvious in hindsight. This is what I get for not keeping up with technology since the TRS80 and sinclair ZX spectrum (16K)
Ray, I love how the tree branch in the first one appears to be a finger pointing your eyes to the left!
I was just editing some photos from our trip to the Great Smoky Mountains. Here are two that I liked. The first is using the 16mm 3.5 and the second is using the 135mm 2.8
Thanks Samy, I would really hate for Felix to start chasing a mouse around the house, he might register on the Richter scale if he did... Glad I could give your Monday morning a lighter start
Laura, nice details of the wine bottle with the V1 and wide open 50 1.2. I didn't see the GBH until I processed that pic, I was too mesmerized by those gulls doing their dive bombing runs. Will process a crop after work today.
And its too early and quiet in the morning, otherwise I would have been laughing really hard at your Mouse POV shot, very nice!
+1. Bryan Peterson would love this.
leighton w wrote:
Monday - with the 28mm f2.8
monday by benmorgan28, on Flickr
Some might say why did you take a picture of garbage cans. Well I'm glad you did, I love these kinds of shots, very simplistic. The red on the cans balance with the red sign, on a dark background, love it!