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Very nice walk-around, Laurie! As was previously mentioned, the angles you got on these buildings are quite unique. I like these shots a lot. You've really got a nice creative edge with your wide-angle work.

This was my first real test using the 10-22mm as a walkabout lens. My go to lens is my Tamron 17-50/2.8. I'm not sure if the wide angle will ever replace it as my workhorse, but I am happy with the way these came out.

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This was my first real test using the 10-22mm as a walkabout lens. My go to lens is my Tamron 17-50/2.8. I'm not sure if the wide angle will ever replace it as my workhorse, but I am happy with the way these came out.

Hey I hear that. 17mm is pretty wide, and @ 2.8, it's fast enough to be a slick walk-around, whereas the spectacular (should-be-L) 3.5 10-22 definitely sacrifices speed for width, which makes it a bit of a challenging walk-around lens without a tripod.

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