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Laura, very nice work on the planes (and the scary looking helicopters over at your 200mm-thread too)! Hope your exams work out well...
Mark, focusing the 24's with a standard focusing screen is a really hard task. Nothing beats Live-View for ultimate accuracy, but unfortunately this doesn't work with sportsmen of all ages ;-) Sometimes I shoot a burst in CH-mode and turn the focusing ring back and forth a bit (focus-bracketing on the run).
Ray, as usual very nice work with the 300/4.5! I like especially the second flower-image (the light is better here compared to the first shot) and of course the ibis-Image.
Scott, the lighting on the nature-museum-image is great: perfect textures on the front and a very 3D-look.
I'm not 100% sure about your framing: the basic idea with the split tree is great, but the gap between tree and house is a tad too wide for my personal taste.
A border/frame would visual stabilize the tree. I have no clue about the surroundings of this building - maybe a composition including tree and house, but shot from a different angle (more from the left side), would be worth a try.
But this is nitpicking from a desk a couple of thousand miles away - I really like how you discover your part of the world with your camera.
Kevin, that's a very nice set! Love the sax-player and the table-decoration.