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Old Aug 25, 2013, 2:04 PM   #11
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...not for these James, lens only @ 190mm - 300mm. See the EXIF for the details.

The 70-300 does quite well on its own and with dragonflies, 'CLOSE' is not an option.
I clicked on the pic but it wouldn't take me anywhere.
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Old Aug 25, 2013, 6:00 PM   #12
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I'm strictly APPLE & Firefox or CHROME browsers! ....seems only MSFT & I.E. does the click link, anyway it has never worked for the iMAC and any of 1/2 dozen browsers.

So, I just use the share-link from Smugmug which does not carry the URL link with it for the image display in the forum thread.

This is where that click would have likely taken you ==> http://tinyurl.com/kgtdrm9

Check around my web-site (boBBrennan.SmugMug.com) too, I've redone it in the past couple weeks due to Smugmug upgrading the system software. If you do look around please leave me a note in the guestbook that you visited. Thanks, I am still fiddling to get the site finished.
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Old Aug 25, 2013, 6:49 PM   #13
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I'm strictly APPLE & Firefox or CHROME browsers! ....seems only MSFT & I.E. does the click link, anyway it has never worked for the iMAC and any of 1/2 dozen browsers.

This is where that click would have likely taken you ==> http://tinyurl.com/kgtdrm9

Check around my web-site too, I've redone it in the past couple weeks due to Smugmug upgrading the system software. If you do look around please leave me a note in the guestbook that you visited. Thanks, I am still fiddling to get the site finished.
Thats weird, I use Firefox. Too many problems with attachments, etc with IE.
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"Close is not an option" Ahhh, so that might explain why the bees buzz off when I get the front element up close and personal with my old Nikon macro. Can't imagine why they feel threatened with a hunk of glass less that an inch away. Thanks for the tip ;-)
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