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Jose, great arachnid specimen, especially like its wide eyed smile at you in the first one And never heard of or seen a swallow tailed hummingbird, thanks for that image.
Leighton, if that's what you get out of your 35 1.4 AIS, please keep it glued to your camera! And John White's a great and very dependable resource for AI'ing work. The pics of the girl in the barn (3200 ISO, wow, you must have gotten the exposure down to perfection to have such a clean picture), and of the boys on the tractors are wonderful.
Ken, congrats on the Df!!! The plane looks like one that was built in someone's garage. Loved the generic Florida pond scene but always enjoy seeing pics of Florida birds.
Ronny, superb flowers + bokeh! And oh wow that green frog is quite a portrait! And love the shot of the man sitting on the rocks.
Ram, super dragonfly. And learn to catch naps when and where you can
Our Scott the paparazzi getting godaddy girl with the 85 1.8 HC manual Nikkor!!! Love all your race shots Scott but the Danica one's just terrific, made me really smile!
Thanks for demoing the differences between the 180 2.8s Rafael. The ED glass pays off in keeping the CAs away. Very nice copies of all 3 180s. And someday I should go to California just to get around to all these wonderful classic car shows that you show us glimpses of.
Ryan super shot of the orchid's mouth with the new extension tubes.
Tom, very nice street crossing shots in Shanghai! Very nice colors in the Portra 400 image with the 20 2.8 lens. And enjoyed the Neopan 400 shots too. What's Norshery in Chinglish?
Sar, what a superb stare down with the owl, as well as the image with the trio of birds! For your more recent pic though, the link seems to be broken, I can't see the image.
Roberto, loved the couple of cricket action images with the 500 F4 P + TC, very well done. I used the TC16A primarily with the 400 5.6 ED AIS a couple years ago, and less with the 500. I did get the feeling it stopped doing its semi-AF thing after a few months. I haven't used it recently.
David, nice panos, I like the second one of the Detroit skyline better.
Peter, loved the rusted antique grill, you really brought out the color of the oxidized iron well. And great racing image with the long lens + TC16A.
John, terrific all around pano at top of Mt. Adams. Can't imagine what it takes to get to the top of these peaks with equipment, and then have enough energy still left to take such marvelous sets of images. Thanks (really ) for breaking the screen with that and the previous shot showing the peaks.
Jay, nice shot of the don't pick me flower.
Francesco, very nice shots at the beach! Looks like your son's discovered a fun activity there.
Ray, nice selfie with the 28. A few days ago I stopped briefly at the thread and you had your usual great 18mm shots. Always enjoy those.
Jose, that moon shot with the 800 + TC is just marvelous. I have never been able to get my shorter FL setup stable enough to get that level of resolution. And loved the biker overtaking the other biker image!
Andy the moth and the second image are one of the best I have seen on this thread in terms of macros. Very impressive work!
Laura, loved the Sabre with the 300mm lens, as well as the rear view of the B-17!