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Philip, love the "clean and simple" look of the Central-Tech-building.
Jose, wow, you've pulled out incredible details out of the 55/3.5+TC-combo!
Btw, I've just watched a documentary about your fellow countryman Oscar Niemeyer - a fascinating man and a really interesting approach on architecture.
Peter, very nice flower-shots! My personal fav is #2. The 300 deals with the background in an impressive fashion ;-)
Philippe, the "artist at work" is another excellent street-portrait out of your hands.
Ben, cool christmas-decorations from your summerly part of the world! Diffraction can be for sure a problem, but I think the loss of detail by shooting at smaller apertures is of rather academic nature for many shots.
John, welcome! I like both versions of your sunset-shoot, the second one maybe a tad more ;-)
Jeff, awesome shots from the beach! #2 is my fav - love how you've captured the water gently flowing over the pipe!
Jimmy, excellent mini-series from the children in the rain! Great use of a slighty longer shutter-speed to catch the raindrops as trails and not as "particles in the air".
Americo, very nice illustration for the "sleep”-theme!
Dylan, cool portrait of "mama duck". The 55/1.2 is almost everyday in my bag or on a camera - love this lens and it's rendering.
Reagan, I just can't imagine Christmas under palms, we got about 4-6 inches snow last night... Thanks for sharing your warming-up pictures ;-)