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Old Dec 10, 2011, 6:13 PM   #11
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One of my favorites, first Bison, first Sand Hill Crane
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Old Dec 10, 2011, 6:50 PM   #12
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Here's some from a series that I like:





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Old Dec 12, 2011, 4:11 PM   #14
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I'm going with Steve's opinion. Nikon D300s + Nikkor 10.5mm FE taken at Bryce Canyon National Park.

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A great setting!!! I'm trying to picture what it looks like without the fisheye. The features had to be huge.

Maybe someday I'll find the time to exploere the National Park System!!!

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Hi Greg,

I'm like you, I switched the whole system this year. So far so good. These are my favorites this year
Hi Jacob.

I'm enjoying my new toys. I'm glad it appears you are too.

I love the girl with the hair flip in the pool. If I took that, I have a feeling I'd have been driven off site as a dirty ol' man.

Anyway, I'll enjoy yours, and the whole sequence is great.
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I think they are trying to tell us something

Interesting
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Kazuya,

I think we share a little of the same soul. I love nature and I've attempted similar shots to yours. I'm a nature buff from the core.

I have to talk about the squirrel shot. From the nicks and tears on that fella's ears, it appears its had a tough life. Still has a friendly eye though.

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One of my favorites, first Bison, first Sand Hill Crane
I'm jealous!!!

I had a trip planed to Yellowstone this last spring. Staffing at work forced a cancellation. It would have been my first visit there.

Your pic, sandhills and bison in the same frame, make me still want to visit. I suppose I should plan again for this spring. Yep, I think I will.

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I think they are trying to tell us something

Interesting
Some people look for meaning in the randomness they see.

Not me.

I just enjoy the randomness.
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Here are a couple of my favorites from this year. First is one that people here on the critiques section helped me decide how to post-process:



The second was from a friend's daughter's wedding:
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