I kinda like this picture: it has bright and crisp primary colors, it has a nice reflection going, you can see some people in the reflection and the composition is nice and tight.
I really liked how the 55-200mm handled here: it's small and light, so I can carry it easily around. The zooming action is smooth and damped, so framing is easy. And it's pretty sharp once it's stopped down to f/8 (f/5.6 will also get rid of the vignetting, and will get you a decent sharp picture as well).
Came back from a weekend in the southern part of Norway. I brought my D40 and 55-200mm along everywhere. The 55-200mm is a great lens, but it needs a lot of light... Just set the camera to f/8, and it shines all the time. I love it when you get warm evening light, makes me want to take pictures of everything I see...
I'm a 30 year old guy living in Oslo, Norway. My photographic interest really started after buying a cheap SLR on a vacation in 2006 - it opened a new world to me!
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