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Tamron SP 35-105mm 2.8 AIS
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The Study | People - Street

Tamron SP 35-105mm 2.8 AIS

Tamron SP 35-105mm 2.8 AIS
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Smoke Break At St. Mike's-2 | People - Street

Tamron SP 35-105mm 2.8 AIS

Nikon 105mm F2.5
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Couple At Cafe With Red Bicycle | People - Street

Nikon 105mm F2.5

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It Can Make You Dizzy | Architecture

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Tokina 80-200mm f2.8
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New Orleans From The 19th Floor | People - Street

Tokina 80-200mm f2.8


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rbsinto
On 08-15-17 5:10 AM Canada 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
terence2
On 08-14-17 7:15 PM United States terence2 wrote:
Nice....
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nikonimages.com photo 42381
08-15-17 5:10 AM
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
nikonimages.com photo 42381
08-14-17 7:15 PM
Nice....
nikonimages.com photo 42348
07-28-17 4:21 AM
Thank you Walter. I appreciate your comments. Robert
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07-28-17 3:21 AM
Interresting photo! As an old "Deckhand" in the merchant navy, I see right away that we here have a rather old vessel (a veteran?) because she was built with rivets holding the steel-plates together, a technic that was abandoned in the 1920-1930 when welding was implemented in shipsbuilding. Thanks for uploading this image for us to see. Best regards, Walter
nikonimages.com photo 42348
07-27-17 7:39 PM
photosphere, Thanks for commenting. Robert
nikonimages.com photo 42348
07-27-17 4:24 PM
Nice!
nikonimages.com photo 42000
04-14-17 2:58 PM
Thanks Ivan. I always loved Gene Smith's shot, and this paid homage to him, (although his photo was more dramatic than mine). Robert
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04-14-17 2:56 PM
Chris, Thanks for commenting. Robert
nikonimages.com photo 42024
04-14-17 1:13 PM
Artistic in every way. Very nice shot. Film has an effect which cannot be surpassed. Note the latest movie releases on Kodak film from Holywood.
nikonimages.com photo 42000
04-14-17 12:57 PM
First thought was W. Eugene Smith...and then I saw comment. :-) Great pic.

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