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Sandy, what a great set of images from Cuba, you have captured the essence of time being frozen in the place. I can't choose any that are better than others, they are all marvelous!
Ken, great sunburst through that structure! And I really like the fish fountain.
Steve, nice colors in the English daffodils!
Chin, what film are you using. It may have to do with how its being developed too.
Ray, great tryptic of doors. What place is that? And very nice structures and architecture in Tampa!!
Ronny, congrats on the new 50!!! That's going to fit right into your style!!
Nuno, beautiful colors with the 24mm lens, and cute dog! And welcome here!
Flo, welcome, and that pic of the man against the wall is masterly!
Tony from PA, look forward to your pics from Toronto. Never been there but I believe there should be a lot to point the D700 and manual lenses at. Including what Reagan said
Georg, you certainly got the boring light on that building to turn interesting. Very pleasing photograph of that scene in your town.
Andy, just looked up Cairns news and it seems the storm is weakening, good to hear.
Curtis, what a great example of how these old lenses can produce gorgeous images! That flower with the 200 QC is tremendous in color contrast and sharpness! And reminds me I need to fish out the extension tubes soon as flowers start to show up around town.
Kevin, forget the lunch next time and take the camera when you get that long a break! And just loved your 28mm macro of that flower!
Buddy, beautiful pics of the horses with the 180 2.8! And that little squirrel on the huge boulder is just way too cute!
Jose, I love the books seen through the glass of the 135mm lens. And your dark skies over Sao Paolo images are always a pleasure to look at.
Jay, very pleasing look at that Moorish architecture.
Sandy, great view of the motorbike engine details.
Finally came across Ram's double exposure pic that was being talked about. Interesting and will have to look at that technique. And all the best for a smooth move upcountry Ram.
And that was just four pages back. I must be still missing 20 or more. Its just a pleasure going post by post and picture by picture through this thread, just wish there was more time available