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Joe, congrats to your new old 105/1.8 Ais and the fine portrait. Love the atmospheric look of this beautiful shot. The 105/1.8 is a gem, a pleasure to shoot with.
Scott, wow, your landscape is really dramatic. The bright colors above the white and bright grey-tones are amazing. Your final "End of winter"-shot for this year?
Ken, I like the no-parking-signs. A nice detail, love the contrast between worn signs and fresh flower-colors.
Curtis, nice set of 105's! The 105/1.8 is my go-to-105, except I really wanna go light (in this case the 100/2.8 Series-E might works as substitute for the "real" Nikkor's) or when I wanna use filters (more 52mm than 62mm-filters in my bag).
Rafael, as usual beautiful gear-images. Drooool.
Americo, one of the first lessons I've learned as a newcomer to this wonderful thread is that pictured bottles should be full ;-) http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/929565/1362#10744428
Nice bokeh-shots with the 85/1.4!
Steve, love the portrait of the lady, but agree with Leighton: saturation is a bit high.
Leighton, nice point of view and really "rural" colors on your tractor-shot.