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Old Jun 23, 2007, 8:43 AM   #1
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The last hour of fishing before darkness sets in can be very productive in catching fish.However, if no fish are caught, often times it does not matter since one can lose themselves in the pristine beauty, forgetting about the fish below.
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Old Jun 23, 2007, 4:51 PM   #2
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Ya with that kind of sunset who cares about the fish, nice picture i like the sun's reflection in the water
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Old Jun 23, 2007, 6:10 PM   #3
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duplicate post? great shot, though, i don't mind seeing it twice!
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Old Jun 23, 2007, 6:34 PM   #4
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Is it really? There's a companion to this one that I've posted......didn't remember.
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Old Jun 24, 2007, 10:30 AM   #5
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The warm colurs dyeing the sky and reflected on the waterin your crisp image penetrate through one's soul

The fishing experience you mentioned reminded me of myhuntingexpeditionsonce I attended wishing not having to kill any animals :G
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I hunted here in Wisconsin and the Rocky Mountains of Montana, and as time went on I probably could have enjoyed myself asmuch with a camera as with a rifle, maybe more. Myinterest in photography as a real hobby only developed recently.
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I hunted here in Wisconsin and the Rocky Mountains of Montana...
Perhaps you hunted big game then, such as elk, white tail and mountain goat ??Now you must havea considerable stock of gear good for Landscape photography also.Around where I live, big game means wild boar!

Anyway,an Olympus E 500ismore convenientthan a Winchester to walk around in the mountains, I believe:-)
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Old Jun 25, 2007, 8:01 AM   #8
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I hunted here in Wisconsin and the Rocky Mountains of Montana...
Perhaps you hunted big game then, such as elk, white tail and mountain goat ??Now you must havea considerable stock of gear good for Landscape photography also.Around where I live, big game means wild boar!

Anyway,an Olympus E 500ismore convenientthan a Winchester to walk around in the mountains, I believe:-)
I second that bahadir, big game here also is wild boar and thats it
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Hunted for elk, white tail deer, mule deer and antelope; no boar up here.

My first DLSR was an Olympus e-500 system, but I've changed to the Canon XTI, due to a greater lens availability. I presently have the 85mm F1.8, 50mm F1.8, and the kit lens, 18-55mm. I just purchased a used Sigma 70-300 APO DG through Ebay, but it doesn't function properly on the XTI. I do have the use of my son's Olympus 2100uz(ultra-zoom) with a 10X optical zoom that takes very good pictures. Hopefully, the seller will be kind enough to acceptthe Sigmaback. A couple times I have used rented lenses from the Canon "L" series, and I was very impressed. I think you warned me about getting 'the bug' when you make this a hobby....you were right.
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I hunted here in Wisconsin and the Rocky Mountains of Montana...
Perhaps you hunted big game then, such as elk, white tail and mountain goat ??Now you must havea considerable stock of gear good for Landscape photography also.Around where I live, big game means wild boar!

Anyway,an Olympus E 500ismore convenientthan a Winchester to walk around in the mountains, I believe:-)
I second that bahadir, big game here also is wild boar and thats it
Ah, it's the wild boar hunt which we owe the location of the ancient city of Ephesus !!


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