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Old Dec 28, 2010, 8:49 AM   #21
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Well Bob B. and I were trying to introduce some "normal" photos that don't require specialized skills (not that we don't respect those skills), and glass.

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This is a good exercise as it prompts everyone to review their past years' work.
As someone who has over 10,000 images archived on my IMac, I think it's time I deleted some of my files.

Another benefit of reviewing is realizing the equipment I have isn't so bad after all. In spite of my own limitations, I've been lucky enough to be able to get some images that make me smile when I see them.

a few more that I'm pretty happy with:

E-30 with 50-200mm ED lens









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Zig, that Blue Jay really stands out for me. beautiful capture.
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Zig, that Blue Jay really stands out for me. beautiful capture.

Thanks Greg.

The Jay is a good example of how much detail the 50-200mm ED and the E-30 can resolve when there is no backlighting to contend with.

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Hi Folob,

Glad you decided to take the plunge. I very much like the last image-it's a keeper and a wall hanger.

Thanks for sharing,

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Old Dec 28, 2010, 6:35 PM   #27
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Here are my reviews for 2010:
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THere's some really superb pics posted by you all .. makes me definitely feel I need to brush up on my pic taking skills !
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Sorry but I still have a couple more for the year:
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Outstanding, Jacob!

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