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Rafael, wow, outstanding work with the 400/3.5+TC16A!
Peter (from Madison) - thanks for sharing your DIY-tripod-collar-guidance! And I really love the first shot with the 105/2.5 - stellar framing and excellent play with colors.
Alan, Eli looks like a really happy camper ;-) Lovely picture!
Jeff, beautiful work at the beach again! I'm glad to read/hear that your eyes-operation worked well.
Scott, I really like the first snow-shot - the blue, red and white tones team up in a great fashion.
Laura, very nice play with the shapes of the buildings!
James, tasty shot! I just hope the food didn't get cold while being photographed...
Leighton, the snowy fence is wonderful. Perfect light and background to catch the tumbling flakes.
Kevin, I like your flower-shot. The colors are quite catchy (nothing wrong with it in my opinion), the contrast is maybe a bit too punchy.
Ron, the first detail-image is very nice. Shooting highly reflecting stuff is a tough task and using the hanger to avoid unwanted reflections a great idea.
John, the 10-shot-pano through the 135/3.5 is wonderful. The highest "mountain" in my county is a 128-meter "high" molehill :-( High enough for the locals to break a lot of bones during downhill-sledding...
The moss-image with the 16/3.5 a few pages back is stellar too.
Ray, the Nikon-badged bag is really neat! Choosing the right camera-bag is a never-ending story for me - thanks for serving food for thoughts ;-)
Peter (from Knysna) - I like the first shot the most. I could spend countless hours watching fishing boats coming in too ;-) And thank you for the lyrics of the weather-song. I still try to improve my English by watching Monty-Python-DVD's with "hard-of-hearing"-subtitles enabled...
Ben, I like your work with the 24/3.5 PC-E a lot. The harsh sun can be blessing or course, I assume. On your last set it was a blessing for sure.