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Old Aug 8, 2008, 9:46 PM   #11
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Beautiful series.
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Old Aug 8, 2008, 9:51 PM   #12
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Fins instead of feathers? Something fishy here. :roll:

Very nicely done - vivid colors and no reflections from the glass.
Thanks Penolta. Even though it's fun taking macro fishy shots, I do miss shooting the birds. Hopefully I can talk to the wife and get out of the house for some birding photography soon.

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From what you wrote it sound like your kids would qualify for wildlife phtoss :-)


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Beautiful colours. Thanks for sharing.

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Hi Hung. Great shots, and no traveling involved. Are rugrats wildlife too?? :G Sorry to hear you're all cooped up, but you're putting your time to very good use. Lovely exposures and colours. I see you were at 90mm. Is this a macro lens you used for these? Beautiful shots, no matter what lens...Nice to see you again over here...cheers....Don
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thanks dan. i appreciate your comments.

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thanks flutelady!

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thanks jim. i wish i had your pika to shoot. now that would be alot of fun!

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yup. i was using the tamron 90mm f2.8 di. i definitely need work on my macro photography more. it's a whole new world in itself. thanks for the comments don.

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