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    Yummy sweet spicy prawns!

    Club Paraw, Boracay. Valentine's Day 2006

    Nikon D50 + 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6

    PARAMO - diseño gráfico, odiebytes, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Picture This1 . 110 months ago | reply

      mm makes me hungry

    2. Chewy Chua 110 months ago | reply

      when will they be able to invent a computer that allows you to lick the screen and you can taste the yummy food shown? ^_^

    3. Hocchuan 110 months ago | reply

      grabe nakakagutom.

    4. Chewy Chua 110 months ago | reply

      yum yum yum... ^_^

    5. fabiedesilva@sbcglobal.net 106 months ago | reply

      Dang it CHEWY!....I am salivating and endangering the immediate usage of my keyboard !

      Nice culinary shots!!! all of them!

      Eulalio
      www.fabiedesilva.com

    6. PARAMO - diseño gráfico 101 months ago | reply

      que ricooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    7. WjButt 95 months ago | reply

      Hey man, just read your review of this lens on FM Reviews, you take some good pics. have you got the VR lens yet? Do you think it was worth the extra money?

    8. Chewy Chua 95 months ago | reply

      hey WjButt .. I do have the 18-200mm VR lens and it's quite underwhelming. I love the fact that It's 18mm wide, but aside from that, I recall taking better pictures with this old 28-200mm lens.

      here's the link to my 18-200mm VR gallery if you're interested: www.flickr.com/photos/chewychua/sets/72157594183444956/

      cheers!

    9. Brouke 76 months ago | reply

      Superb !

      could I get this one ? hehe

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    10. ted2cui 69 months ago | reply

      Reviewed 50-200 photos vs 18-200 photos. The former photos are more clear and contrasty. The 18-200 photos seem hazy at edges. Which lens have your found better?

      Thanks. I have the 18-200 and also at Boracay, but my photos don't measure up.

      Ted

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