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Leighton, the latest scenes from the market - the flowers and the singer - are delightful as usual.
Peter (Knysna), what a unique bird, thanks for capturing it on camera and posting here. Never heard of a turaco and always fun to come across a new species (new to me).
Ryan, scrumptious sandwich very nicely rendered by the 55.
Jose, very well executed macro of the caterpillar!
Georg, thanks for your comment on the Federal Home loan building image. Lots of places in DC to explore yet. Trying to get to the non-tourist non-standard scenes. Your 4-wheeled rare birds are delightful. A lot of character in those classics. Could try shooting with Tri-X for some grain And that is a wonderful perspective on the rescue boat.
Scott, I love the fogged sunflowers!!! Especially #1.
Rafael, the cruising grand pics are always such a pleasant scene, very nice window into fun California livin!
John, glad to hear your trusty little 45 2.8P survived the spill.
Curtis, that must be a happy memory of your visit to Istanbul. Something incongruent there. The face always looks too gentle to have started this monster of a thread
Kevin, terrific macro with your favorite 50 1.8E!
Steve, loved the classic cars from your side of the world!
Jay, glad to see someone keeping the arms race going!
Peter (Madison), great perspective with the combo of the dead tree, sunstar through the greenery, and clouds + blue sky.
Ray, wonderful shots with the 135! Your and Scott's influence regarding the 18 3.5's still been driving me, took a bunch of recent pics with that lens, but those are film and no instant gratification, have to wait until I they get developed. Thanks for the comments on the pics.
Ken, glad to hear you are finally at the hobbling stage, keep up the progress, but take it as slow as required. Thanks, the 28 3.5 PC is a lot of fun to use.
Francesco, nice work with the less heralded zoom at junior's soccer game!
Diallo, nice work with the 50 1.2! Welcome back to the thread and post more often!