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Alan, that's an excellent series!
Beautiful work with the christmas-lights-background and I've never seen a dance around a lens-cap
Peter, very nice detail-shots of the christmas-tree-decorations!
I'm wondering if the italian motive is showing a giant Cod (Gadus morhua) or another, bigger species?
Musing of a silly coaster ;-)
Roland, very cool portrait of your D3!
Ben, it doesn't matter if you're shooting with the 50/1.8 or the 35/2 OC or another lens - I like your summerly street-scenes from down under a lot! The reflection is my fav from this mini-series.
Regarding the 28PC: I've shot basically all images of tall buildings, ships at close range and so on as a vertical with a superwide before.
Cropping the lower half of an image away (or searching for something to "fill the foreground") is not really my cup of tea - that's why I wanted to try the 28PC.
The 24 PC-E is tempting for sure, but that's a really large and expensive lens (the 28PC is modest sized).
Ian, I like the mysterious portraits of Georgina a lot (the complete set, especially the images with the cards).
Jorge, beautiful shot taken with the superfast 85!
Reagan, I really like your choice of framing of the bridge-image. The mooring posts fill the foreground in a very nice fashion.
Monty, I love the detail from Webex! Beautiful B&W!