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Curtis, Rafael mentioned he was headed out to Guadalajara a couple days ago, right after posting the fire pics. I am sure he is fine, and hope the fires in the area are coming under control.
Ed, good work with the 135 2.8 on the flowers.
Leighton, thanks for the morning look at market flowers, colorful and pleasing! And Caught is very nicely done too, great expression. When I didn't see your posts the last few days, I figured the summer time is keeping you busy. Glad you got the time to take a couple pics in between.
James, cool gargoyles. The 500 reflex is little used here and its good to see pics with it. Must be a tough lens to shoot with, short for a tele but have to mind the shutter speed. I always enjoy Peter's (Knysna) photos with it too.
Curtis and Ken, thanks for posting pics of that famous National Geographic cover. That 105mm has been a Nikon speciality since the 1950s.
Chuong beautiful photos at the ballet performance of your daughter. What moments to cherish!
Ken, hard to believe your 55 is back in action, great job by your friend. Keep on healing well! From what I remember Steve doesn't get into soccer (sorry football ), but that cross city support does seem rather odd and brave
John, good summary of the characteristics of manual lenses. That 180 Apo Telyt is indeed fun to use on the D800.
Jason, delightful pictures with the 50 1.4 of your little one, and the portrait of your wife. That's what these lenses are meant for. Keep on saying these lenses are terrible, maybe at least some will believe that and bring the prices down a tiny bit
Chin, your pic while waiting for food is terrific. The concentration in the guy's face and hand come right across.
Steve, you came back with quite a treasure trove of pics from Philippe land. I especially like the pic of the priests.
Nuno, nice B&W work with your 85 1.4!
Ram, happy to see you are settling down and great portrait of the swan with the 400 3.5 tele!
Ray, I am loving your bartered 18mm outing. Especially fascinated with that first one. You have a great set of wides.
Curtis, great look at the metal structure of the bridge.
Jason, the Df is definitely mouth watering. Some day.
Thanks for the comments and likes on the recent pics.
Ken, sorry about the mourner pic. That statue is very well done, and the lighting accentuated the pose.
Laura, great pic of the performer. Are you done with the semester?
Thanks folks for the comments and likes on the recent pics!