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Ray (FL), very nice use of the little 24 2.8, the reflections, the moon behind the clouds, and the lightstar in the center of the picture all contribute to a pleasing nightscape. And that ibis image is super.
Jeff, great to hear you are recovered and back in business!
Scott, the bright red tulips in front of the gray stone wall and metal gate is terrific. With the museum and half tree image, try taking that at an angle, you would get a more side view of the building and get the tree closer to it. That light on it was perfect.
Ray (OH), Azalea 3 is the best of the lot, haven't seen a whole lot with the 200 f4 micro, nice examples there.
Laura, I have been enjoying your air museum photos on the A2A forum too. Must be a good feeling to be done and successful with exams for now. I am sitting in a training class this week, the instructor offers an exam for an extra certification at the end of it, I am glad that's voluntary
Curtis, your new 200 F4 Q has been put very nicely to work. That last image of the woman in the wheelchair looking through the fence at the bokehed figures in the distance is terrific.
And Curtis, my suggestion for a cap slogan is "I have a scalloped aperture ring!"
Peter (WI), very nice scenics from your trip, including the memorial. I am glad John and you will do the hiking on the steep slopes and I will enjoy the scenery from my couch
Lieutenant, great work again with Nikki's twin. I agree with Georg, the fish and the pharaoh with the sweet bokeh in both are the best.
Jose, exquisite image with Nikki's daughter of that flower!
Georg, that old, fairly scratched 50 1.4S did quite a job on that flower. The smooth and long focus throw on these old lenses is perfect for this kind of macro, extension tube work. And also, loved that 180mm sunstar! And wow, just came across the pianist!
Ronny, beautiful flowers with the 180 and 135 f2.
John, superb pano of the mountains in the distance.
Rafael, you too! I guess the new trend is the 200 non AI
Leighton, that spring onion image is delightful!
Kevin, very nice sun on the sax in that photo.
Mark, yes, you are going to find really good scenery subjects too with that 24.
Chuong, very nice flower with the 300 4.5 + extension tube.