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Congratulations to John, aka, jtmcg for his winning image, Skipper on Vetch in the Things with Wings contest. His winning image has been added to the Macro Contest Winners Gallery
Albert J Valentino Nikonian Moderator Emeritus Vantage Point ImagesMastery of Composition is the Key to Great Photography
Congrats, John. Fantastic image.
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Thanks Wasil. Appreciate it.John
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An unusual congratulatory message Ken. Thanks for that.John
>An unusual congratulatory message Ken. Thanks for that.>>John>>Bet you didn't know Chewie could bust a move.....
Super work, John. Your positioning of the subject to match the focal plane of the camera helped this image so much. Great colors.
DeanPhoenix, Arizona USANikonians Team MemberWebsite: The Splendid Silence of Light Recent Trips: Grand Canyon 2012 Glen Canyon 2012 West Clear Creek
Thanks very much Dean. I appreciate the comment.John
Just a spectacular shot. Congratulations.VictorMy Nikonians Gallery!You can also visit my website: www.rakmilphotography.com
Thanks for the kind words Victor.John
Well done John. Your image made this an overwhelming challenge for the rest of the finalists. I like my image, but I have to admit I voted for your image.BarryNikonians Gallery
Thanks very much Barry. Voting for my image over your own is high praise indeed and very much appreciated. Your image is excellent and I wouldn't have been surprised if it wound up beating mine.John
Nice job, John!Is this another shot with the 300 f4?Mike
>Nice job, John!Thanks Mike.>Is this another shot with the 300 f4?Yep. The 300 f4 with tubes and the D800.John
Very nice, John. Those dewdrops just rock!Mark SmithJust like I previsualized it, more or less...My Nikonians GalleryMy Website, www.lastdaylight.com
Thanks Mark. I love getting out on mornings like this one with lots of dew.John
Way to go John,another great image.Rick
Thanks Rick. I appreciate the comment. John
Congrats....A really stunning image.
Thanks very much Mark...and welcome to Nikonians.John
Have already given my congrats. Just wanted to get up the #20 reply to see the flame beside this post topic...
Well, didn't work. I guess the post number is higher nowadays.
Thanks Wasil. LOL I guess the trigger is when it's over 20.John