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Nikos, thanks, the cemetery shots were with the 20 3.5 UD, the Baltimore street scenes have been largely with the 28 3.5 PC in a quest to keep architectural lines straight. The PC lens helps keeps geometry in line. Although the 28 PC has its limitations, and when there is distortion its beyond my capability to fix in post. Georg is the master of the 28 PC here.
Leighton, thanks for sharing about Curtis, great to hear he is doing well!
Georg, it was interesting putting a film cartridge in FG. After about 15 shots (all junk) I have taken, I still look at its back out of habit to see how the image looks in the LCD I am getting used to and enjoying the split prism finder for the first time, why on earth aren't those available for modern day Nikons (rhetorical question).
Laura, good ot hear from you here, I do see your images sometimes in teh AF forum or the 200 f2 one.
Chin, the hiring the hitman was terrific!!
Ray (FL), really enjoyed that car with the 50 1.4K. Brought back memories of August and warmth when I wandered around a car show here.
Georg, looks like you have picked up the slack of some of the rest of us. I see quests for a 500 reflex, a zoom and the recently acquired 85 f2. Someone here needs to keep the spirit going!
Andy the lizard with the forked tongue was outstanding! Loved the bokeh spots on its 'forearm' (or 'foreleg'?). Maybe Jose may know that distinction
Reagan, nice house amidst the palm trees!
Georg, I absolutely loved the lighthouse and houseboat image with the 85 f2.