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I see we are still arguing over who started which syndrome
And I see Reagan finally got curious about cold weather and sent up north to find out what the rest of us up here have been complaining about The wedding in the mountain chapel is super.
Jose, you have moved beyond being an expert on birds and botany, and now archaelogy is your strength too. You may really want to think about making a compilation of all these photos you have taken on your trip. And just saw your bokeh playing shots with the 50 f2 AI, those really are without extension tubes? Wow.
Ronny, the Nitro shots whether with the 180 or 135 are always very well executed.
Interesting discussion on the 70-300VR vs. manual Nikon teles. I never got satisfying sharpness at 300mm out of it. I don't use the 300 4.5 ED AIS as much now, but the 400mm 5.6 ED AIS is way better than the AF zoom. Its possible as John said the 70-300VR just had sample variation and mine was not one of the better copies.
Peter, nice shot of the two warbirds from different eras.
Ben, outstanding shot of the moon rising above the red and yellow building.
Curtis, great continuing Nikki series, and look forward to seeing more of Northern CA, including the giant redwood trees!
Chin, what a view over there of the waterfront!!!
Ray, nice sheep portrait and love the flowers with the 24 2.8 and the 300 4.5!
Ron, cool sign of spring, and very sharp with that 80-200 zoom. Today was finally the first pleasant day in MD too, hope that becomes a trend.
Leighton, I liked the yellow and blue knots!
Tony, very nice model shot, that is really pro work.
Dean, very nice images recently from you, great to have back actively on the thread!
Jeff, those interesting, wispy clouds work very well in that B&W image.
Georg, loved the budding flower surrounded by ice!
Leighton, the "sign of spring" was wonderful!