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Old Jul 25, 2008, 11:10 AM   #1
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2nd try w/flash-hummer (Wings)

I decided to get real brave and make some setting changes. Manual, AF, F7, ISO 400 and shutter at 1250. Flash at minus 2/3.

I had noticed the Tuffie the Rufus moved around a lot while on his favorite limb so I wanted to get some limb action. 6 hours later I got me a few keepers.

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On his favorite limb


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Giving me THAT Rufus look


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Limb action


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Around the limb


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A visitor stopped by



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Amazing shots Roger!! How did you get such a cooperative model??...cheers...Don
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Old Jul 25, 2008, 11:40 AM   #3
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Roger, these are extroadinary! :shock: As good as Crawford Greenwalt's pioneering work. The color values are much better than your first ones, which, although technically excellent, to me looked a bit washed out. Congratulations on some superior work. :!:
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Roger, this is the best string I've ever seen from you. Amazing photos! Congratulations on these
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Amazing shots Roger!! How did you get such a cooperative model??...cheers...Don
I offered him a dollar the next time I was in the area.


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Roger, these are extroadinary! :shock: As good as Crawford Greenwalt's pioneering work. The color values are much better than your first ones, which, although technically excellent, to me looked a bit washed out. Congratulations on some superior work. :!:
Penolta, thanks for the nice comment.


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Thank you SIR.


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Outstanding photos. Very beautiful.
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extreamly nice Rodger
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What a wonderful series. Beautiful color and detail
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