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So many great postings and photographs on the last few pages... Where to start?
Roberto, I'm more than just impressed by your wonderful set from your Honeymoon-trip! 3 great lenses, 3 fantastic images, now that's the way to go for a short pictorial holiday-wrap-up
Ronny, you seem to have infected Philippe with the "tubes on a 180/2.8-virus" And that's a good thing, because the berries in Philippes garden look so tasty that I just wanna jump over the fence ;-)
Philippe, now it's your turn to convince Ronny that he just have to try the 50/1.8 and the 28/2.8... The portrait of your daughter is stunning - did you use a special flash-reflector or did you set the flash-zoom at "tele"?
Chin, your latest Oolong-portrait is another masterpiece.
Leighton, great candid of the happy customer
Francesco, nice flowers with the 135/2! I have the 105/1.8 and prefer it over the 135/2 by a small margin: it's much more compact and performs maybe a wee bit better at the wider apertures. Both are great lenses.
Ron, I'm with Samy: don't let your 200-400 collect dust! Your flower-shot is wonderful
Bert, wow, the second blossom (the one taken with the 50/1.8) is captured in a really beautiful fashion!
Jeff, I like your fireworks-shots a lot. Personal fav is #1 - excellent framing, perfect location and point of view, fireworks and fair-lights go really well together. It doesn't get much better than this!
Samy, lotsa great shots on the last few pages! I like the hood ornaments the most, you did a fantastic job with the 105/1.8 Ais
Andy, welcome! Nice work with one of the legendary MF-Nikkor's!
John, love the bones-shots, especially the ones in the first set! The starfilled sky is fantastic.
Scott, thanks a lot for your "Tres Hombres"-test! I think it's safe to say that all 3 lenses are great performers. The good close-range-performance of the 105/2.5 was a bit surprising for me.
Thanks to all who commented on my recent shots - really much appreciated!