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Old Jul 7, 2013, 6:14 AM   #1
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Great series of shots. I think the first one is outstanding, well done!

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NHL, good BIF pictures even in dim lighting! Which lens did you use? I am impressed!
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NHL, good BIF pictures even in dim lighting! Which lens did you use? I am very impressed!
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Those are some great Kingfisher shots! the others are really good too but as a Kingfisher fan I'm seriously jealous of these shots

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Great series of shots. I think the first one is outstanding, well done!

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Yes, I really like how the vertical trees reflection were on the water and then how it turned horizontal on the deer
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400mm f/2.8 with a x1.7 teleconverter
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Those are some great Kingfisher shots! the others are really good too but as a Kingfisher fan I'm seriously jealous of these shots

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You would like this then: Kingfisher Dances ;)
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You would like this then: Kingfisher Dances ;)
I do Jealous of the lens you use as well though I am quite pleased with my 400/4.

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I do Jealous of the lens you use as well though I am quite pleased with my 400/4.
It's not an everyday lens... (i.e. too heavy)
Your 400/4 is plenty good too and I usually shoot with the Bigma instead, just not today
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