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Old Sep 13, 2013, 9:13 PM   #1
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Old Sep 14, 2013, 10:02 AM   #2
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Stopped the action pretty good. Even if it was just their jaws chewing..

I like the shots a lot, those stripes must be fun for the AE to work out what to do.
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Those are great shots, love the sharpness and color of it.

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Thanks for looking and for your comments, Ken and Marcelo.

Always fun to ride the trains thru Busch Gardens.
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.....love'em all. Well done Steven.
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Thank you Bob; appreciate your comments.
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Most impressive capture there, am impressed.

Very sharp.
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Most impressive capture there, am impressed.

Very sharp.
Thank you Leeston. The E-3 and the 50-200 make a winning combination in my opinion.
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Great shots as usual Steve, Love the color and contrast in those files.
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Gidday Steven

Love the silk pyjamas ... Lovely shots.

The very fast train looks nice too ...

When a couple of mates and I went around the Werribee Open Range Zoo on one of those tour buses, the driver would come to a halt, then move a fraction, then stop again, then move again ... Along with 40 or so other people all moving around in the bus (self included), it didn't make for a stable shooting platform .

Very tricky to take any sort of photo under those conditions. I was surprised that any of mine were even acceptable!
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