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More than once in the past few days I started to type out comments but it takes so long I get interrupted and give up. So here's another try.
Jeff, really liked the sand footprints and dredging #1, the silky sheet of water in that one is very well executed.
John, welcome, and the silhoutted cacti against sky colors are very pleasant to look at.
Ben, nice Christmas lights! And I like the dual portrait effect with the Ducati rear view mirrors. Don't see any funk from the portraits Check out a summary of just about every Nikon SLR lens here if you haven't come across this page: http://www.photosynthesis.co.nz/nikon/lenses.html
Philippe, very nice view of the artist at Montmartre.
Jose, nice beetle shots, a change from your exquisite bird shots but equally impressive in sharpness and detail.
Philip, you seem to see more in those wires than I am able to. Liked that shot of the crossed wires. And I looked and looked at the pano image (very nice!) and see maybe 2 "foibles" only Can tell the scale of that sign from the tiny no parking sign in front at the bottom.
Ian, that crumbling castle at Loch Ness is very nice.
James, very detailed money plant and seed shots, not sure I have come across it or maybe not noticed that plant.
Ron, the 14-rayed light stars against the Philly scape are cool. Is that sepia, it works very well.
Nima, cool use of the Noct on the snow.
Jorge, that guy sitting on the street begging for beer is interesting. You captured what I see as a smirk on his face. B&W works better.
Chris and Georg, cool to see snow images from across the pond, but I am not too keen to see it here yet. And I am definitely jealous of Reagan with his excellent 75 deg shots from Florida
Peter, the mean mother shot is hilarious. And well done.
Monty, very well done with those ladders and colors image.
Seth/Georg/Philippe/Peter/Ian, cool discussion on those old planes, that's given me some more research to do on planes from that era, and incentive to build a couple more models. And yes Scott, a trip to the air space museums is on the agenda.
Georg, liked the boats and houses and colors and reflections in your recent shot, and look forward to 28 PC (and any other) images of the Heinkel factory.
And I am getting another addition to my "normal" family of lenses soon. I can not explain why I will have four in the 50-55mm fl range. In I think Chin's recent words
I know I missed stuff from earlier pages. And where's Leighton?