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Old Oct 24, 2013, 10:20 AM   #11
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Thank you very much Greg, Harj, Marcello, and Fred. Glad that you liked the shots. You can see why I usually take a camera with me whenever I go out walking. And the 50-200 and the E-3 seems to always perform well for me.
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Excellent pictures Steven. Looks like you still nice weather up there.
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Old Oct 24, 2013, 11:36 AM   #13
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Again, more magnificent bird shots by Steven.
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Again, more magnificent bird shots by Steven.
Disgusting, isn't it?

Great job, Steven. I particularly like the one after the turtle. That bird posed for you.
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Old Oct 25, 2013, 7:27 PM   #15
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Appreciate the comments and thanks for looking, Lordje, James and Ted.
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Echo everything that has been said. How close would you say you were
(on average) to our friends of the animal kingdom in those shots?
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Echo everything that has been said. How close would you say you were
(on average) to our friends of the animal kingdom in those shots?

Thank you very much. Long time readers will know that I always claim it is better to be lucky than good, and I'm lucky to live in an area with a lot of wildlife that occupy the lakes and woods around our subdivision's golf course. Therefore the birds are used to the golfers walking right by them all day long. So I'm just another human when I'm out there with my camera. On these animal shots, they probably varied between 5 to 15 yards.
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