I can't remember where I took this. Sorry.

Not selected for Google Earth or Google Maps after a second review [?]

Comments (19)

Gabor Retei on April 27, 2011

Ha-ha-ha, great title, I wonder too!

jeff_msn123 on April 27, 2011

You need to buy memory cards for your brain. LOL

Cheers, Jeff

Nawitka on April 28, 2011

Oh! I know where that is! It's right near here :D Funny title!

Graham Hobbs on April 28, 2011

The assessors for GE seem to have the same problem - not place specific enough, I imagine ;)

Graham

whoelius on April 30, 2011

Even after a second review.

nikduserm.com on May 1, 2011

Good sign, no sign.

I can't read what's at the back.

Gosh! You are making it so difficult this time.

:-) nik

cindy555 on May 2, 2011

Very funny

L

Marion

mnb22 on May 5, 2011

Noice fotao maite

ƤōƝƓ on May 6, 2011

LOL!

85 1.8 .... great lens for FF. I now want 50 1.4 for my APS-C sensor.

Michele Leonardi on May 6, 2011

A Vision.

whoelius on May 8, 2011

This is an f/1.4, ah-pong. I shot it at f/1.4.

whoelius on May 8, 2011

p.s. - I haven't used a zoom for ages. One gets more flexibility out of a fast lens than one does out of a range of focal length. Zooms are very handy for framing/compositional purposes but primes force one to think more about framing (zooming with feet), and the extra few stops of speed allows one to carry on walking around, snapping away, well into the evening. Obviously one can better control one's depth of field too.

Consumer zoom lenses are usually reasonably sharp (one should expect them to be: those tiny apertures don't ask much of the glass by the standards of this day and age) but they're generally not as contrasty as better lenses either.

larry e walton on May 12, 2011

great technical discussion who. very interesting. i love how crisp this came out.

Marianne on May 14, 2011

In Broughton, perhaps? It is only a guess though.

whoelius on May 16, 2011

Cheers, Gabe, Jeff, Nawitka, Graham, nik, Marion, Mads, ah-pong, Michele, whoelius (Hey! That's I!), Larry and Marianne. :D

I almost put up the full-size version of this one, Larry, but some people have sloooow interwebs. The full size one is just as sharp.

Faintlightofdawn on May 17, 2011

nicely done, super depth! Best wishes, Fai

Lloyd Weeber on June 4, 2011

Sometimes you can't trust a road sign. So this could be anywhere. Ha-ha. Anyway according to the theory of quantum weirdness we are all in several places at the same time. It is just that all the places are generally much closer than a wavelength of light, so the sharpness of your photo wasn't affected.

Ján Čulaga on June 29, 2011

I Like it

whoelius on August 21, 2011

Cheers, Fai, Lloyd and Ján. :)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 27, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by whoelius
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D3S
    • Taken on 2011/04/21 18:37:36
    • Exposure: 0.000s (1/5000)
    • Focal Length: 85.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/1.400
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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