To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
Congratulations!! It seems to work very fine. I'm contemplating a Sigma 18-250. When I can afford it :-)
Great images with your new lens! Julie thought you'd give in!
Looks like you're going to have some fun with your new toy. My main lens is a 45mm-200mm. Great for isolating faces.
Stewart...I'm so happy for you!! Have fun (it looks like you already are....and the results are sooo good!!!!)
Congrats on getting the new lens, Stewart... You are going to love it... I have a 300mm lens --which I use for my bird pictures. You took some GREAT pictures!!Betsy
playing with the new lens I see, looks like we are now going to see lots of good pics coming from your blog in the near future. (not that we don't already, phew do you think I got away with that caveat?)
Enjoy your new lens.
"Web owner": amusing caption!God bless you!Cezar
Marvellous shots, my friend!!Love the details! The spider net caption is brilliant!Great images and lens!Betty
Ooops, I meant to say web, instead of net.Betty
Nice work with the new lens!
Oh, so glad. I know how much you've been looking forward to it.
I have one of the first generation of this lens (that zoom-creeps when pointed straight down without holding it) and I love it, love it, love it.Have fun!
The 18-200 is an awesome lens. I use it as my default lens, and only change to something else if needed. Enjoy!
Congratulations on your new lens. I would say that it works very well. Of course that fact that the photographer knows what he's doing helps!
I'm so envious! Have fun with your new toy!☼ Sunny
Congratulations. The highlighted web is wonderful. I'm dreaming of a certain Canon telephoto zoom myself.
Congratulations my friend. The photos you've taken with it look brilliant and the highlighted web is my fav.
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