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Jose, I really like the framing of your wonderful landscape with the trees at left and right acting as natural borders. I'm glad to hear that the fast 28 and the 75-150 E worked so well as compact travel-combo!
Petur, the composition with the wires is telling me "there's an expert behind the camera". Fantastic! The midnight-sun is great too.
Kevin, the college-mascot mutated nicely, ooops, scary, into a creepy beast.
Leighton, Jay and Buddy - thanks for your comments on the woods-shots!
Buddy, the 50/1.2 is maybe sharper, but at least at close or medium distances it's filed-curvature is driving me crazy. I don't know if my copy (bought already used in the 1990's) is out of whack, but this is a real problem for me. The 55/1.2 (I have a late genuine Ai-variant) might be a bit less sharp, but shows much less temper when it comes to field-curvature and vignetting.
Both lenses are close to useless wide-open at greater distances, but that's not a big deal for me, as I prefer to shoot at close range most of the time.
Would love to try the Noct or Nikon's new "58mm-wonder", but these lenses are way too expensive for me.
I hope we will see some more shots with the 55/1.2 on a D300 from you!