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Ric, nice takes on the "Village People" ;-)
Peter, cool processing of your lake-shot.
Joseph, the dull late evening light works great on "shipwrecked".
Leighton, congrats to your Ai'd 135/2.8 QC - the bokeh is really nice.
Philippe, your view of the Beaujolais makes me wanna visit this area - beautiful shot of this piece of the world.
Ronny, love your coastal-shots!
Steve, wow, the old Merc looks like the definition of a luxury two-seater. No modern car is even close in terms of "class". Thanks for sharing!
Ray, hope you've had a nice birthday! The sunset is stunning.
John, the tiny yellow blossom works great under the blue sky.
Ken, the plumbing connector is nicely spotted! I think the lens is a 200-400, but could be wrong. Still have the original hoods for my long lenses, but it's good to know that there are much cheaper replacements available.
David, very nice skyline-shot. The red reflection works great.
Philip, I always liked your shots with the 28/2.8 and the two recent ones are no exception. Still have to try the 28/2.8 Ais, but with so many other nice lenses it's hard to pick one up just to try it out ;-)
Samy, I like your "tropical bokeh". Btw, stumbled across a NIKKOR-T 10,5CM/4,0 + LENS HOOD/CAP in "A condition" from a reputable seller, but the pricetag of 1088 Euros made me back off But it's a very cool lens and as demonstrated a good performer.
Paul, the "semi-selfie" with the guy behind the window is fantastic. Love the field-images and the "Calella de Palafrugell" too.
Rafael, I really enjoy looking at your work with the old 5.8cm Nikkor. The F with sportsfinder and the lovely Sekonic is a beauty.
Scott, the B&W-image is my fav from your tractor-set, not for it's lack of colors or better wonderful multitude of grey-tones, but for it's framing.