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Old Oct 31, 2012, 6:11 PM   #1
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Default ....I just had to hit a park trail today

so I loaded up the stuff and went for an hour or so walk.

I did not make many files but here are a couple I will share.

,,,,,,,,,the P3 and FT 9-18 @ 9mm


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I never go trail walking without the FT 70-300 in the bag

...snagged this wasp EX-25 coupled at 141mm
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Old Oct 31, 2012, 8:01 PM   #2
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All are good, Bob. You really captured good detail on the wasp shot. Well done.
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Old Oct 31, 2012, 10:45 PM   #3
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I love doing back-lit shots like that first image you posted, and the four-thirds 9-18 handles sun in the field of view very well.

I see exactly which trail you took! And it's a nice one.

You coupled the 70-300 with the EC20? That's impressive. I believe I tried that combination once & did not think it worked so well. It obviously can work well though.

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Old Nov 1, 2012, 8:24 AM   #4
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You coupled the 70-300 with the EC20? That's impressive. I think I tried that once & did not think it worked so well.
......tnx for pointing that out, that combination DOES NOT WORK WELL!

Obviously the connectoid was EX-25 which does make the 70-300 an excellent choice for ultra-close work.

Today is Thursday 11/01/12, the real trick-or-treat (60mm) day, let us know right away what you think when you see it.
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Ah, the EX25. That does make more sense. I was wondering last night if possibly that was the case.

Yes, if all goes according to plan and traffic cooperates, around 6pm or so this evening I'll have the 60mm macro in my hands.
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Nice shots Bob. I especially like the bridge shots with the sun highlighting the center area.
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Well, I thought I responded earlier........must've not hit the right spot (iPAD kbd).

Thanks James, I have made so many images of this bridge, seems every time I see it the light is different and I do a few more.

Thanks again, I appreciate your time & comment .... Bob
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Bob - great pictures! I misread your title and thought you "just had to hit the trailer park today" was wondering why you'd go to a trailer park...
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RA..... LOL !!!

Thanks, Bob
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