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A monumental image Elaine - you have had plenty of practice from up on the hill there and its really paid off on this one.

Why fireworks in August? Or shouldn't I ask??

:-)

David

I have used my "long" tele with and without a t/c, and there does seem to be a subtle difference in bokeh. I cannot put my finger on it, but it's there. (In fact, I can also put a finger into the bit where the the rear glass element is supposed to be!)

Aha, but there's a difference between "no rear glass element" and a recessed rear glass element to allow for teleconverter use. They (t/c's) come in many flavors, but Canon's own, for example, have a protruding front element, and so don't fit every lens out there, just some with enough empty space in the back. I have no idea if Nikon t/c's are equally "well-hung"

Glad you like it, Sir! I really dig this image. I'll definitely be looking for ways to use the wide angle approach with statues in the future.

Thank you very much Vann and Finn!

Good to see you still making smashing photos my friend. This is up there with your best. My admiration and YSL awarded.

Cheers, Herb

Thank you very much, Reiner. Nice to hear.

All the best

Such as shame.... I love old muscle cars. Great capture as always.

Wonky!

What a splendid word - and understatement.

:-)

D

Haha I like it. People should stop.... and take pictures of us...working...for once ;D

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