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Inspiration hit in the morning. D500 & 300PF. Only a slight edit for colors and contrast.

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wonderful abstract Frank

 


Regards,

Armando

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Nice colour juxtaposition. I also like the way it looks with the top part of the circle cropped off.

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It is interesting what the 300PF-Nikkor can do in the near field.


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