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Ray, the real challenge is keeping up with this thread!
Thank you for the kind words on the dogs. The first two pictures are from Holly. She used to be mine until my ex decided we split up. We still live together until I find a new apartment so atthe time I still take Holly for walks about every day.
In the last two pictures you see Amy. She belongs to my girlfriend and when we move together Amy will be the subject in more of my photos. At the time I only get to see them during the weekends.
Here is another pet that will soon live with me:
Taken with the 55mm f1,2 S.C Auto Nikkor at f2,8
And a flower with the 135mm f3,5 Q.C Auto Nikkor
There are some photos I would love to comment on, but with life keeping me away from my notebook and the internet it's really tough. It doesn't make sens to comment on many of the impressive photographs posted a few pages back even if I would love to. Most of you posted newer photos and things would get very confusing very fast.
Some of the recent photographs I would like to comment though are these:
Steve, the Chaffin photo is amazingly sharp. I never get feather detail like that. Especially not at 1/90th of a second!
Georg, I really like the craftmanship on that door. And you did an excellent job framing that magnificent door. What's a Hausbaumhaus though?
Rafael, nice sunstars on the 8mm fish eye
I agree on the one desert island lens. If I only could bring a single camera and lens my choices would be FM2 with 55mm f1,2 S.C Auto Nikkor
Other then that, I'm at a crossroad in life and even though the events of the day keep me away from home a lot of the time I always enjoy casting a cursory glance at the photography, lens porn and conversation in this thread. At the time to me it's like the beacons and lighthouses used by sailors in bygone years to keep a steady course.