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Nikon Wednesday 2012: #27

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Doug Santo , Jul 04, 2012; 08:35 a.m.

Ralph at the Barbeque. D200, 70 mm.
On American Independence Day (and everyday) I feel blessed to be an American. I send a special salute to my nephew and the men and women who volunteer to serve our country.


Barbeque

Tom Pernal , Jul 04, 2012; 08:36 a.m.

Happy Fourth of July to everyone...... Haven't posted in a few weeks, finally got out yesterday AM.


Flat water... D300 with Battery grip 300mm 2.8VRII 1.4TC

Kris Bochenek , Jul 04, 2012; 09:14 a.m.

Lots of great pictures, as always. I didn't have time to contribute to the thread recently. New addition to the family as well as the fact I shoot lots of film on my Yashica TLR. My family and I got a chance to get out to see a firework show downtown Chicago, I managed to capture some street shots with my Nikon d300.


D300 with Nikon 17-55 @ ISO 3200

Chris Speaker , Jul 04, 2012; 09:18 a.m.

Guess what landed in my backyard a couple of days ago. Nikon D700 + Nikon 70-200mm VR I. Enjoy! Chris.


Hawk

Martin Z. , Jul 04, 2012; 09:44 a.m.

For those in the USA, Happy Fourth of July!


D90, ISO 200, 1/2000 @ f/7.1

Mickey Anderson , Jul 04, 2012; 09:56 a.m.

Happy 4th to all. Great photos, as usual. The model is my 12 year old niece.


D5100 55-200

Nathan Sanborn , Jul 04, 2012; 10:37 a.m.

More photo's from the summer solstice. For this one my friend let me borrow his 10.5mm fisheye. These guys are "The Honeycuts", great local band out of Portland.


D7000 10.5mm fisheye ISO 500 1/60sec f/8

Nathan Sanborn , Jul 04, 2012; 10:43 a.m.

Also, Bob Dein, very powerful portrait.

Howard Vrankin , Jul 04, 2012; 10:59 a.m.

A very inspiring set of photos already this morning... thanks everyone! This photo was made in our backyard yesterday as our grand daughter cooled off in a low sprinkler to get relief from a 100 degree heat index in Port Washington, WI (usually cooler near the lake).


D5000, Nikkor 55-300 DX G

Georg S , Jul 04, 2012; 11:09 a.m.

Happy wednesday!
Bashar Alshabi and Bob Dein: excellent portraiture!
I had some fun with an old Ai-Nikkor in the garden.
The Ai 24/2 renders out-of-focus highlights rather expressive :-)


wild bokeh daisies, D700, Ai 24/2 at f/2, minimum focusing distance

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