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Thanks for the kind comments on the long exposure pier shots.
Rafael, beautiful shots of the adobe structures and that grand old tree.
Jim, "Fishtown" and the cat shots are terrific b&w's.
Scott, lovely flowers and the b&w train shot is a winner.
Curtis, wonderful flowers and band shots. When it comes to flowers and bokeh, you're a master! The blue lock photo is outstanding.
Kevin, great flowers, dragonfly and Smores. The two macros with the 55/3.5 are really nice.
Philippe, the composition of the "Trient Glacier" photo is excellent. I admire how you captured the intimate scene of the hikers (and sitter ) within the dramatic landscape of the glacier. The reeds and forest reflection shots are very fine too!
Buddy, I really like your sunset with the 28/2.8.
Tony, terrific porta shots. I especially like the "ceiling" and "weaving and knitting school."
Ron, gorgeous flowers with the 200-400.
Ray, I like your "cinema style" shooting on the colorful globe. Great yellow house and rocking chairs. Happy birthday!
David, terrific flowers with the 135mm. Lils looks like a great dog!
Chuong, really nice shots of the goats and duck.
John, love the shot of Red Mountain. It has a Galen Rowell feel to it.
Nick, beautiful shots.
Georg, I really like your "tasteless" Das Boot shot. Agree with you and Leighton; a classic movie. The "Optimist" and "Ferry to Poland" shots are awesome shots, as is your "snappy dresser."
Steve, congrats on your 55/1.2. Really like your sparrow shots.
Americo, I enjoy the creativity you bring to the thread. "Skull and fine wine" is very cool.
Roberto, love the "people looking at people" gallery shot.
Leighton, beautiful forest shot. Terrific framing and colors. Nice work at the fair. I really like the girl and cow portrait and the balloons.
Samy, wonderful birds and I really like the Vizcaya set.
Ben, excellent work with the 55/1.2 and 35/1.4.
Philip, very poignant street photo.
Ronny, gorgeous flowers! Love the running dog shots.
Dylan, "Fairmont" has a great look.
Jay, nice ones with the 180mm.
John, welcome! Nice work with the V1 and 55/3.5.