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Samy, love the burrowing owl - what a nice portrait of this fascinating bird!
Curtis, good job on the yellow flower (I prefer the first shot)! The Bay-image is great, love the jagged foreground and your framing. In my opinion it would benefit from cropping the upper 1/6 of the sky away, but that's just me ;-)
My personal favorite from your street-set is the gent with the camera above his head - he looks really happy about his subject ;-)
Reagan, the steps in the woods are really nice, and so is the inside of the small chapel.
Jose, I will go through your images from your journey when they are complete (maybe as a slideshow) to get a better feel for your "trip".
Sad to see the work of modern barbarians - there's an unwritten rule among the graffiti-spryers here to stay away from historic sites.
And thanks for reminding us about the abilities of the 400/5.6 ED-IF in such a beautiful manner.
John, I like especially the second portrait, looks like a fun-weekend with the family
Jeff, I prefer the second "Shadow Hills II" over "Mark I" by a large margin - somehow I've felt like I've lost my eyes in the desert of version 1.
agentbird, your work is highly inspiring, thanks for sharing these fine images!
Ronny, excellent stuff as always! I particularly enjoyed the churchgoer (?), the breathing Nitro and for sure your beautiful portraits of your daughter.
David, this lens has for sure some character - love it!