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Old Nov 10, 2013, 1:06 PM   #1
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Default Hollow ponds.. a wee dip down to the forest

A few pics from today .. nothing special but I needed to get out and take a pic of something!

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3. One legged Canadian Goose... not sure if it really had a single limb but it sure looked like it.



4. Grooming.. this one definitely is of the two legged variety



5. Going down



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7. Home time.



I should make more use of the forest as its less than 10 mins away but its not always the safest place to be wandering around with a camera. Planning to go back during the week and see if I can do any bifs... I highly doubt it and how Steve manages it with the E3 I've got no idea!

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Old Nov 10, 2013, 4:22 PM   #2
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I think we don't may forget that Steven lives almost next a zoo up there.
I know what you mean about feeling safe, that is also my problem somethimes.
But I beliebe also that Steven is far developted in making animal pictures, maybe he already sleeps in the zoo .

But afterall very nice pictures Hartj!
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Really nice photos Harj. The colors are spot-on realistic looking; and your compositions are excellent. And what great timing to get shot #5, catching the splash of water with the head just under the surface.
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All very lovely. My favorites are #1 because of perspective and #7 due to the warm light.
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All very nice. Just seems like I want to look at them longer rather than just glance at them.
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Thanks for the comments ! Regards the 5th shot that was the only one of a sequence of 18 shots or more that was in focus which annoyed the crap out of me as I was hoping to have got it nailed AF wise before hitting the water or as it was coming out. More practice is needed !!
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