nikonimages.com
Viewing mode:   Light  -  Dark

Comments this past yearView Detailed Comments

Aug
17
2017
Photo: 32560
Photo By yuriylux | + 3 Login to Like
Lens used Nikon AF-S 70-200/4 VR
Yuriylux Wrote ...
HYS, thank!
Aug
17
2017
The old King on the Plinth
Photo By walter2 | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Nikon 16-35mm f/4G ED AF-S VR
Walter2 Wrote ...
Thanks for the kind comment and the *Like* to this image, hys!
Aug
17
2017
Photo: 32560
Photo By yuriylux | + 3 Login to Like
Lens used Nikon AF-S 70-200/4 VR
Hys Wrote ...
Beautiful young women!
Very nice picture!
Aug
16
2017
The old King on the Plinth
Photo By walter2 | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Nikon 16-35mm f/4G ED AF-S VR
Hys Wrote ...
Nice picture!
Aug
15
2017
Flowers and Hens
Photo By walter2 | + 2 Login to Like
Lens used Nikon 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX
Walter2 Wrote ...
Yuriylux + hys - thank you for your *Like* to this image of mine, which is well appreciated!
Aug
15
2017
New Orleans from the 19th floor
Photo By rbsinto | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Tokina 80-200mm f2.8
Rbsinto Wrote ...
Thanks Terence,
I appreciate the compliment.
I'd really like to hear why you like the picture, as opposed to just telling me that you do.
Robert
Aug
14
2017
New Orleans from the 19th floor
Photo By rbsinto | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Tokina 80-200mm f2.8
Terence2 Wrote ...
Nice....
Aug
12
2017
Meeting at the Pier
Photo By walter2 | + 2 Login to Like
Lens used Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f/4G ED VR
Walter2 Wrote ...
Also a big "Thank You" to member yuriylux for giving me his *Like* to this image!
Spasiba!!
Smile
Walter
Aug
11
2017
Whats down there ...?
Photo By walter2 | + 1 Login to Like
Lens used Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f/4G ED VR
Walter2 Wrote ...
Thank you for the *Like* to this image, hys!
Aug
11
2017
Sunburst Sunflower2
Photo By baraboowilli | Login to Like
Lens used Nikon 18-35mm 3.5-4.5G
Walter2 Wrote ...
Yes, barabooville - my father han an old Zeiss-camera with a bellow between the camera and the lens (I think they called it folding camera), and he said that hard sunlight might burn a hole into the bellow! No more bellows now a days - and I LOVE backlit pictures ever since.
Best regards,
Walter

Top of Page

Even a one time donation or subscription can go a long way in helping run the site. Use the donate button of your choice.

Thanks for your support !

Gallery Software by Jorge Torralba

Home - Contact Us - Terms - Gallery by Lens - FAQ - Members - MTF - About - BI - Top - Forums - Contest Rules - Market