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Peter, the Marina pic is wonderful in B&W. I am amazed at the apparent depth of field at f3.5 at this size onthe web.
Scott, your recent pics inspired me to go out looking for barns during Sunday's snow, did not get anything, so I'll continue to enjoy yours (and keep trying over here). I keep running into having no place to pull over safely, or risk getting stuck on the unplowed snowy and soft shoulder.
Larry, the Dallas skyline is cool, don't think I've ever noticed such unique looking "starbursts" from the 55 micro before. I have the f2.8 AIS version, I wonder how that would look.
Andy, I like the b&w water shots, but on my screen it looks like there's some JPEG artifacting going on in the buildings.
Georg, I've never said this about your shots, but the cigarette ashtray makes me feel yucky; no offense to anyone who smokes here, I just have a hypersensitivity to cigarette smoke and my eyes tear up and turn red very quickly. I am really trying to appreciate the shot though :-)
Chin - Carpark - thumbs up!
Jose, wonderful capture on the lightning. I've always wanted to try that.
Ray, I think I read you are getting a 55 f1.2! Congrats. Did you get to try a day with just the 135mm? Or did shooting with just the 50 convince you that it was your focal length? I for one certainly thought you did great with the 50.
Kevin, your DC-3 in Asian airline attire does not show up on my screen.