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Curtis, more nice pictures from the car meeting. And a great story about the 1950 Mercury. I remember the picture from your Acura - indeed a classy designed car.
Ronny, as usual beautiful work with the 135/2 and 180/2.8! I've shot some horses today too, but used an AF-lens to keep up with the action. Your focusing skills are excellent.
Samy, nice to see another frequent user of the 28/3.5 PC! I like your work with it a lot - especially the very first shot and the last image from the pump station (it looks like a chapel, today's pump-stations will probably look like a concrete/tin-clump).
"Ufdlim" - the 105/1.8 Ais is a very nice handling lens and a good performer. Right now I have 10 lenses with Nikon mount from 85-105mm and the 105/1.8 is (together with the 85/1.4 AF-D) my first pick as a portrait-lens. Philip and Curtis posted already some very nice examples and useful hints - just to add another point: the built-in lens hood is a bit short and flare can be a problem under certain light.
Philippe, love your set from the port! The kayak-shot is excellent.
Leighton, sorry to hear about your internet. Nice work at the farmers market!
Rafael, wow, the 35-200 performs really nice in your hands!
Ben, the "Centrepoint-Tower" is really cool captured! Very well seen.
Scott, I like your set from the State Park a lot, especially the first two shots. The framing of the window suits my taste just fine ;-)
And the 28mm-waterfall-image is beautifully framed too. The flow of the water works great (looks like 1/4 sec shutter-speed or so).
Thanks for the comments on the stools (relicts from a communist past) and the engine-room!