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Rafael, the cowboy-hat-shot is "wow" - can't cut this visual Gordian knot ;-) But I like this image a lot, it's a bit like a late 60's Album cover artwork.
Peter from Knysna, I like the jugs-shot. The boy in front of the drawing seems to be lost in thoughts. That's fine ;-)
Curtis, I see your love-story with the old pre-Ai-lenses is still in full bloom ;-) Most of the venerable Q- and QC-Nikkors over here are still non-Ai. Maybe the new DF-Nikon, which is supposed to be non-Ai-friendly, will make me finally try one of the old 135's.
Samy, I like the framing of your "fishing"-shot a lot.
Steve, cool angle of view on the Trans-America-building! Your Yosemite-image is wonderful.
Those early Kodak-DSLR's are strange creatures, I've handled a few, but my first DSLR was a Nikon D1. A fellow shooter got himself a DSC 3 - what a beast. He paid 30.000 Deutsche Mark for 1.3 Megapixels.
Jay, love the floral-bokeh with the 55/1.2! The 16mm-bird-image is funny, great idea!
Petur, the portrait of your friend is excellent in every way. The 35/1.4 is one of my favorites too, lots of of bokeh-temper in a very compact package.
Mihai, I'm really glad you're well. I've missed your fine images, hope you share some photographs and thoughts soon.