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  1. #15571
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    Never seen one of those before Tim well done. And nicely captured too.
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  2. #15572
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    Those are Saint Christopher Cross Spider and not venomous.
    i think its a st andrews cross spider.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Never seen one of those before Tim well done. And nicely captured too.
    neither have i. stunning shot tim.
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  3. #15573
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    Very nice shot Tim.
    Critique most definitely desired...

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    An HDR of a train station I helped build.
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  5. #15575
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    I like that shot DPR.

    Question for you DPR: I noticed you don't have any really wide lenses for your D300. Do you not have a need for one, or are you waiting for when you go to full frame?

    JRR

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    I love NYC
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  7. #15577
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    Love that shot DPR. Best HDR I've seen in a _long_ time.
    Critique most definitely desired...

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    Thanks for correction Rooz.
    Thanks for encouragement al frieds.
    I love that HDR DPR. Beautiful capture RichNY. All about urban life style.
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    Thanks for the positive comments, that shot is about to be a massive canvas on my study wall.

    Here's the other shot I had to choose from but didn't select for the wall.

    Very observant JR. I have been waiting to go full frame for a year but the Thailand flood delayed the D800 release on me , I really like 16mm (=24 equiv) as a focal length and have been waiting to get that width from my 24-70. Also someone on here (maybe Rich?) once postulated that togs tend to see in one focal length and struggle to see shots outside it, if that's valid then I'm more a telephoto man and have been trying to adapt to see the world wider.
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    Back in my FSLR days I had a 24mm - Now I also the 16-85 which starts at the equiv of the old 24
    and that mostly enough for me - I wouldn't mind something wider - but would not use
    it that often.
    Nice work by the way
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