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BTW, I had a bagful of lenses, the 14-24, the 55 1.2 S and the 90mm f2 Summicron, and ended up only using the 28 3.5 PC. Maybe I should get the hint and not have more than two at a time. Less wear and tear on the body
Jay that beautifully lit up church with the 16 fisheye is wonderful!
Chin your nightscapes look like they belong in a glossy travel book in bookstores.
Jose, enjoyed the plant with the great 105 2.5 P lens!
Ronny, great look at the graffiti! And superb focus and capture of that bee in flight.
John, looks like a personal copter for one! Something you would land and takeoff from your front lawn?
JD, terrific pelican images. That streched jaw is quite a unique behavior. Maybe Jose may have some insight on why a pelican does that weird stretch. And super capture of that gull in flight. I am vicariously enjoying the 500 F4 P through your pics since mine spends way too much time enclosed in its case And btw, terrific image of your Nikkor collection.
Steve, wonderful architectures and colours! I really liked the gate to the wholesale fish market.
Andy, really enjoyed the HDRs, especially the old Bedford truck. And quite a cute kitten under the Xmas tree. And if you have only browsed up to 300 + pages you got a long ways to go yet Your work with the 28 2.8 and the 55 3.5 micro is super!
Luc, delicious bokeh and colors with the Df/50 1.2 AIS combo!!!
Scott, I like both versions of your retake of the church. Very nice!
Ray (Ohio), very sweet image of the tree in the superbly lit snow at dawn. Really captures the mood at the scene.
Don, those suspense book covers never fail!
Peter (Knysna), very interesting fruit of that invasive plant in your area.
Jeff, haven't seen much from you lately but really enjoyed the foggy scene!
And that's right Leighton, haven't seen much from Georg also lately.
Rafael, that sky with the 8mm is superb. Capturing the whole sky with a huge part of the light spectrum is quite some thing! Beautiful lens and must require quite a lot of care in handling with that huge front element out there.