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Curtis, the San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo Photo shows you were an early DSLR nikkor MF user.
Cadman, great kit for your new D800E, did you receive them all?
Peter, Keurboomstrand looks very nice indeed, your D200 photos have a beautiful yo-no-se-que
Ronny, you have the most beautiful dog in the world, or your photos make it look so
Ron, did you get the TC16A to work? I tried with mine but gave up and bought and already modified one, very useful for sunlit shots with long lenses. Envy your 200-400 4.0
Philippe the Maja painting photo is Maja-estic! and the B&W juxtaposition mind expanding
Leighton, beautiful cemetery, can't say I saw one with a Barn before
Jose, thank you for bringing Pompei back to life for us, did you go to Herculaneum?
Chin, film still exists? you make it live!
Nice Sunsets Sam
Tony great sky in your Lake Skinner panoramas
Mark is knowledgeable about coffe planting altitute and mail order roman empire mosaics!
Rusty Chuong, haunting cemetery tree, Leighton responded and so do I below with a haunting tree of my own
Ben, your dissertation about the look from different lenses is right on. I post below a photo with the 20mm UD fully open in celebration
My haunted tree response 16mm 3.5
nikon nikkor 16mm 3.5 at 11 D800 Coatepeque Lake driveway by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Back home on a rainy day, 20mm UD at 3.5, this will ruin my reviewer reputation but my copy of the UD is sharpest at 3.5, loses sharpness at 5.6 and kind of matched 3.5 at 8.0 with more even illumination.
nikon nikkor nippon kogaku 20mm 3.5 at 3.5 F3 by Rafael CA, on Flickr