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Andy, very cool place to visit for historic scenery, including the barber
Rafael, that 2240 contraption is out of this world. I remember seeing that moon image before and that's exactly how I remember seeing the craters through my now dusty and unused Celestron telescope years ago. With being forced into that low a shutter speed by the dark red moon, you may be well past what even your very sturdy tripod setup can handle. Nevertheless, its great seeing the blood moon through your, Ram, Curtis, Steve, Peter and Mike's pics.
Flo from Austria, loved that street scene outside Babington's Tea Rooms that Scott reposted.
Ronny, that's your daughter right? What a lovely portrait, she will be glad her dad has this expensive hobby Is that the new 50 1.2 you were going to get? I had a feeling it would fit your style perfectly!
Curtis, glad the flowers in California got you reconnected! They are a pleasure and an inspiration to use the manual Nikkors! Now where did I put those extension tubes that I haven't even thought of since last summer
Dean, great colors in the pic of your friends with the Fuji 800! And of the guy with the yakuza complex.
Gia, the S5 must be the Fuji right? It would be not exactly difficult to write software that can read any focal length or aperture that one types in for non-CPU lenses, rather than these discrete numbers. That means I end up using 86mm for my 90mm Summicron, and an aperture of 3.3 for the 180 3.4 Apo Telyt. And I like the Bluetooth idea too!
Scott, thanks for the comment on the row of trees in NYC. I don't understand this desert island discussion at all, I hate making choices like that. I foolishly lugged around a heavy backpack full of lenses through 2 museums, and ended up using only 2 for the main part.
Ray, very nice demo of the 20 3.5 AIS, including the sunstar!! And of Ken walking away from you That's a very picturesque hallway and captured in very nice light.
Nuno, love the little blue flowers peeking through the grass, and your dog peeking through the wild mop of fur on its forehead!
Peter from Madison, it was supposed to snow here in Maryland too late yesterday night, fortunately I slept through it and its bright and sunny this early April morning, although cold
Michael from the Leica R thread, you need to get more manual Nikkor glass!!! Great portraits of your son with the wide open 50 AIS. Your style will fit superbly with those lenses! I recommend the 35 1.4 (any version), the 85 1.4 AIS and the 135 f2 AI/AIS for starters
Reagan, one ***never*** sells the 135 f2!!! Just look at those pics you posted!
Ken, I loved that "optimism can save the world" pic! Great set. And enjoyed the Picadilly princess, with the contrast between the pink shoes and the twin machine guns under the cockpit bubble.
Laura, nice snow/tulip macro! Hope this is the last blast of winter for this season.
Ram, the 20 minutes before Penumbra full moon is really well done!
Ben, another new participant here? Welcome, and very nice pics, both of the bear and the baby
David, thanks for the surfer view