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Curtis, Scott, Leighton, Jose, Philippe, Ronny, Peter from Knysna and Samy - thanks for your comments, really much appreciated!
Scott, love your railroad-bridge-set! The framing of shot #1 is excellent (I would have lowered the point of view just a wee bit, but that's just me) and I like your approach to shoot this as a "bokeh-abstract" as well.
The 50/1.4 SC with it's slightly temperamental rendering of OOF-highlights works great here, a good example for my theory, that an all too smooth bokeh is not always the best for some subjects.
The rust-shots are a beautiful reminder to call my friendly car repair shop for some action with sandblaster and rust-proofing paint ;-)
John, the sky is fantastic on your Seattle-pano! I really enjoyed looking at your fine pictures from the climbing trip too.
Laura, the doe-series is amazing! It must have been a thrilling encounter for you (not so much for the faithful doe, obviously ;-). PS: Can't wait to see your work on film.
Kevin, wow, that's a dramatic sky captured with the 35/2.8!
Rafael, great work with the 20/3.5UD! I like especially the very first shot and the church-interior.
Curtis, I like both versions of the bay-shot. Right now, at this moment, I prefer the color-version. The colors are very old-school, muted, with an earthy-brown touch - a good fit for the subject under these weather-conditions.
Samy, the "pearls" on the leaf-tip are captured in a most beautiful fashion
Philippe, yeah, the Starfighter was known here (in West-Germany, to be precise) as widow-maker. The French "Mirage" might have been a better choice.
The double-portrait from Arles is wonderful, but it seems that the 85/1.8HC is not very gentle to the skin of the ladies ;-)
Ronny, fabulous work again! The jumping Nitro is awesome and the ant-snail-meeting a very cool macro-shot!
James, wonderful lens-portraits again! The 105/2.5 is a legend and my copies rarely fail to impress me in the field.
Peter from Madison - love the Kingcab in the picturesque landscape!