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Great idea. Here's a few, not great, but great memories for me. I believe all with D850 and the 16-35 f/4.0.

1. View inside and out of our Airb&b in Brussels.

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2. US memorial at the Battle of the Bulge museum, Bastogne, Belgium.
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3. Brugge at dusk.
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4. Night musician, Brugge.

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2. The last straw, Palouse harvest last year.
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Nos. 3 and 5 are so great!! All are nice, but I am really drawn to those two!!
 
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Here are a few from my wanderings.

1. Milky Way at Zion NP
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2. Sunrise at Mesa Arch, Canyonlands NP
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3. The San Diego Marina
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4. Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College
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5. Illuminations at the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois
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6. Circles around Polaris at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon
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Your wanderings have certainly allowed you to capture some great shots. I'm really drawn to the last shot because we love camping and watching the stars, too. This one is so fun!!
 
Boyd Mountain Lookout looking East to the ocean and down to where we live. You can see some rain squalls coming down in the distance.

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I rarely have the opportunity to use the technique of making a subject that's relatively large appear even larger than it really is, but a wide-angle lens certainly makes that happen. This was the largest pumpkin on the lot, so I was happy to frame it so it would appear to dwarf the buildings.

24mm effective full-frame focal length
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The next two photos simply keep everything in focus from front to rear while (like above but less so) emphasizing the foreground information.

26mm effective full-frame focal length
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22mm effective full-frame focal length
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