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Steve, love that scene of the dark street lit up by light coming through the bars, well seen and caught!!!
Leighton, the colors on the ties made me smile, very nice. You should save the cute pictures of Gus so you can later show us a before and after comparison when he is at his 125 pound mark And I still have a downtown Portland door to share, just have to get around to it
Jeff, very eye catching abstract! Your work at the seaside has been very enjoyable.
Ronny, the flowers taken with 135 f2 + tubes is one of your trademarks. Great job yet again.
Ray, I really liked the complete picture quite a bit before Leighton made you chop off the left half
Chin your B&W pics have been very enjoyable!
Scott, loved the old tree branch and deep colors in the water and the sky, everything about that shot.
Geoff, welcome. Since you've discovered these lenses make the D800 sing, you should be ready to check out the multitude of choices here:
James, your lone tree B&W is amazing, definitely wall quality. And adorable cuddling kitties!
Dean, beautiful glimpse of Italy's Amalfi coast.
Jose, enjoyed the jacaranda flowers and hope you can sneak away time to share your pics again soon!
Georg, loved the pic at the art exhibit with the hand gestures!!
Sam, thanks for sharing flowers, moth, dragonfly and raw pecan pics from Texas. Very nice.
Socalpicman, the middle three seem the best subject for that fisheye. Maybe try other subjects too, although I am the wrong person to give you advice, I usually struggle with wide angle framing.
Dustin, very nice portrait pics of that dog. I see you have the 135mm 3.5 too. I have grown to really like that lens. And check out the photosynthesis site earlier in the post, if you want to get familiar with more manual glass to acquire
Peter (Madison), really nice pano at the air museum. Looks like the cargo air section.
Peter (Knysna), thanks. You had a very cool image some pages back that I couldn't comment on when I was on my trip earlier this week.
Steve, the bread in the first pic from the Manchester version of farmers market looks delicious. And great job spying Ben window shopping at the Leica store
James, thanks for posting the frame comparison from 16mm to 35mm! What's the 17mm lens, or is that a zoom?
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