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Old Apr 22, 2007, 9:31 PM   #1
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After sitting for 4 hours watching this moose hide behind tree branches, I finally.....got this quick shot when he decided to stand up. It isn't the best shot, but I am happy I got this much. Thanks for looking.

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Old Apr 22, 2007, 9:41 PM   #2
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Mandy the waiting time IMHO was well worth it. Gooood capture. I bet you heard a lot of really neat sounds durring the 4 hours????

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Mandy the waiting time IMHO was well worth it. Gooood capture. I bet you heard a lot of really neat sounds durring the 4 hours????

TOTALLY WACKY roger
Lots of sounds and wierd looks from him......it was really quite interesting. I was backed up to a tree trunk with my big lens for the 4 hrs, packed up, and was heading out when the silly thing got up......so out came my 75-300 and at 75mm shot this...and got the heck out of there......these animals are huge.

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Nice capture! Not easy to get these animals in the woods.
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Old Apr 23, 2007, 2:42 PM   #5
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All things considered, that's a great shot! Glad you were rewarded for your patience. Dan
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Nice capture! Not easy to get these animals in the woods.
Thanks Gallatin. I had a good time getting acquainted :lol:

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All things considered, that's a great shot! Glad you were rewarded for your patience. Dan
Thanks Dan......appreciate you stopping by and your comments.

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