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Old Jul 26, 2009, 4:37 PM   #1
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Default Saurday with Olympus - Sometimes I shoot more than birds and aircraft.

Hi guys: I haven't been able to comment much lately, as work and travel has keep me occupied. (I keep telling everyone that work is the curse of the leisure class - I just haven't figured out out to avoid it!!!)

Anyway, you guys have been posting some great shots, and if I haven't been able to comment then please consider this a great big "atta boy!" for everyone.

I've enjoyed catching up on all your posts this weekend.

Anyway, I took off last Saturday and went out with my E-330 and the 40-150. (I keep looking for a reason to sell my E330 for an E-30 or E620, but it handles so well in the Florida sunshine, I don't want to give it up.)

I know this may be hard to believe, but I did shoot some things other than flying creatures, so I'll share a few with you.










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Old Jul 26, 2009, 4:43 PM   #3
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Okay, I also admit that I did shoot some birds!













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Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, the photo comes out as a turkey!

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Yo, Steven

All those pix are blocked - they require a password...

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Old Jul 26, 2009, 7:02 PM   #6
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(Thanks, it's now fixed)

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Great pix!
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Steven-

It a bonanza of OLY photos. Thanks for posting.

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Hi Steven,

Great series of captures. The images of the parrot are particularly impressive.

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...all are very good, I like the CAT best.

tnx for sharing,
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