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Old Jun 23, 2013, 12:39 PM   #1
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Default Never a dull day..!

Actually it is a dull day after a brilliant one yesterday, but there's always something happening here.

I missed the shot I wanted, isn't that the way. I say the pheasant on the stump with two deer standing looking up at him. Sunday come to meeting shot. Ducked in grabbed my camera, changed to the 70-300 and went for the shot.
Got a message on the screen. "No Card" well buggers! The card was in the reader slot in the computer upstairs.
So back inside I go, up the stairs, removed the card and put it in the camera as I went out once more.

The meeting was over, "isn't that the way?"

One guy decided to forage on Sharon's plants, the Pheasant turned his back (Didn't quite catch him right!) and the other guy went for the bird seed.

Oh well the roses were all coming into bloom, they didn't move.
"Peace" I believe.
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Beautiful arboretum and natural area you have........ Great story line as always, peace.
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That is quite an interesting story. All are nice shots; the first one of the Pheasant is my favorite.
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All very nice shots Ken
Nothing like a little excitement in a day
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Nice shots! I envy you having so much wildlife right outside your door.

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PS: I have lots of extra CF cards floating around here - I can send you one.
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Nice shots! I envy you having so much wildlife right outside your door.

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PS: I have lots of extra CF cards floating around here - I can send you one.
Yes, I also have some spare CF cards that we can send. But I also have some spare xD cards. Does the E-500 have the dual slots? I always keep the xD slots loaded in my cameras, even though they are rarely used.
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Thanks ladies! Good to see you posting Fred, hope you've dried out a bit by now.

I've never used or owned a xD card but I do have a couple of CFs around, so thanks...and save your postage..

Actually I'd been taking some extra shots of a couple of home we have listed. The NWMLS is letting us post 25 shots now instead of 10. So we're taking advantage of it. A lot of people use the interweb thingy these days and appreciate seeing more of the places. Couple I did were just to romance the homes a little. Give the feel of being.
2 very different homes.


Hmm, they look a little overcooked in here, they're fine on the MLS, Oh well.
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Wow, what a view! That house will sell for the view alone.
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Hmm, they look a little overcooked in here, they're fine on the MLS, Oh well.
Uploading them here does change them some.

Great photos though!

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Does the E-500 have the dual slots? I always keep the xD slots loaded in my cameras, even though they are rarely used.
I believe the only Oly DSLR that didn't have dual slots was the E-1. Although I don't know about the E-3xx cameras.
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