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Chuong, we definitely have snow this morning. Even the base and the museum are closed.
Laura - That looks painful. I am also excited about the anticipating snow. However, I don't think we are going to get that much since it's still warm in the air. Hope it gets better soon for you.
Ray, I'm sure you have snow today. I'm half tempted to go get my plastic toboggan and find a hill to go down, before it melts away this weekend.
Some jealousy when I look at all the flower shots ... it's still very cold here in Ohio. That, and the grey winter skies, lack of snow (that might change tonight) means that the camera stays in the bag, mostly.
John, pretty neat! Now you're going to have to get her a camera to use too, maybe a nice D1h or D200 to start.
The second makes me so proud! One of my girls hard at work with the D800 and 50/1.2 AIS . . . .
Nice icicles, Avi, didn't realized you had picked up a D300
Avi B wrote:
A few pictures of the icicles around the office from today.
D300 + Nikkor SC AI'd 55/1.2
Peter, the D3 I picked up had 281,754 clicks on it when I bought it.. it has 283,591 as of the last time I used it. Wish I could find the post from the guy that had over 1,200,000 shots on either a D2x or D2h, he was going to keep using it till it croaked.
Georg - the B&W's of the buildings are excellent and not too tightly framed at all. BTW was that reall 266000 clicks or was it a typo?
It's not slowing me down that much, but there's snow out there calling my name
NightOwl Cat wrote:
Right now, they're saying it's a sprain. I was planning on getting out this week and doing some shooting, but now I've got to stay off my feet, and the open toe shoe isn't going to be very good in the 6-8 inches of snow that's due here...
Thanks John and Georg.
That looks like a bruised little toe . . . is it broken?
Ouch, Laura! Hope your feet will heel soon.
Ow, I kicked a step with my little toe 2 years ago and just looking at that makes my stomach twitch.. Hope you're up and about soon.
Love this, Mike, and can't wait to see the return of the night skies
Curtis, go back and find his aurora shots.
Was out with the D3s and the Nikkor 500mm ƒ/4 P ED IF last weekend for the Iditarod. Everyone except the girl is looking at the musher. She's the only one watching the athletes.
D3s - Nikkor 500mm ƒ/4 P ED IF - ISO 1600 - 1/4000 - ƒ/8 - tripod
I will be using this to look for Comet PanSTARRS in the next week or so.
Mark, I like this one the most
Thanks to everyone who made kind comments on my set from the 75-150 and also on the shots of the Kiwifruit with the 55mm.
I have some more from the 55mm with and without tubes. I want to enter one of these in this weeks Food challenge but can't think which one. Any sugguestions? (I know in the time left I am relying mainly on Leighton here)