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Old Jan 22, 2011, 8:34 AM   #1
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FZ40 some with LC55 some without...fun camera...
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Outstanding! Every one. Yes the FZ40 is a great tool, but I'm sure lesser photogs could get some awful results from that same camera. You get along real well with your cameras, and get some very nice results.
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number 17 looks evil is it able to sting ? the moon shot is awsome
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number 17 looks evil is it able to sting ? The moon shot is awsome
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A great series, always a joy to look at your work!
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Outstanding! Every one. Yes the FZ40 is a great tool, but I'm sure lesser photogs could get some awful results from that same camera. You get along real well with your cameras, and get some very nice results.
I agree 100%....All the pictures are Outstanding....
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Simon, we in Florida call this simply a Red Wasp. They can sting and it is painful, but they are not agressive. Our most aggressive wasp , at least that I know of, is called the Yellow Jacket. They are not as big as some wasps, but they are aggressive and attack in numbers, and generally nest underneath some sort of cover, not easily seen or disturbed.

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Thanks for the kind words...I really got started right here admiring you good folks work...seriously...thanks for all the encouraging words...it has been and still is a lot of fun...just didn't know it was this addicting!...lol...
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