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Chin, love those Australian landscapes out of your hands ;-)
Ben, I like the first shot with the 180/2.8 a lot.
Kenneth, very cool setup (love the look of the old 200/4) and a beautiful butterfly-closeup!
Bert, great dog-portraits!
Sam, the thunderbolt-shot is fantastic!
James, your sunflower-closeup is outstanding in it's abstract and graphical nature.
John, fantastic set from your hiking trip! I think I remember the scenics from a previous post. The fire-lookout is a very cool place. Love the Osborne-fire-finder, nice to see that non-CPU-ed equipment is still in use today ;-)
Curtis, nice to see some shots out of your hands again! Love especially the fence-corner in B&W (excellent framing and a beautiful conversion) and the "main musician".
Ian, I like the "burnt portrait" a lot. Maybe it would be absolute perfect if the jagged white part would contain a trace of tones.
Mark, great shots from Canada! Love "Still not the only one here".
Steve, great candids from the English streets!
Ray, the turtle doesn't look all that happy about having her picture taken ;-) Love this shot for it's framing!
Leighton, sorry, I don't get it: is the chicken-eating guy your brother? A great snap for sure!
Philippe, great set from the castel. Buchheim, the "Das Boot"-author, wrote about the Loire-castels in his Boot-sequel "Die Festung", if memory serves. Have to read this one again.
Ronny, lots of amazing images again! The variety of your work and subjects is wonderful.
Samy, your fine sets from the Poe's graves reminded me of "The pit and the pendulum". I've read this story as a too young boy and couldn't sleep for ages ;-)
Sorry, I've missed a few great shots, it's just really hard to keep up with this thread ;-)