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Old Sep 22, 2013, 5:42 PM   #1
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Default .....great weekend for shootin' bugs & stuff

We had 4.5 inches of rain here at the house Thur - Fri last. While the drought isn't 'busted' fall season is coming with a rush.... wet, cool and super high/bright sky.

These are from my E-P3 & the FT Zuiko 9-18.









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Sunday, looking for bugs with the FT 70-300







FT 70-300 with EX25
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That's a beautiful park Bob. I don't recall that boardwalk, so is this the new one?

The water does bring out the creepy crawlies as a female I know would say. Were those without the EX25, or with?
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....this is the new development at the Nature Preserve west of my house. The bugs are just the 70-300. The last of this set is the EX25 to the 70-300. This was the first time in the past 3-yrs I've been there for sunrise, I was hoping the egrets & herons might be there for breakfast....... weren't there
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Beautiful park Bob and those macro shots are very well done.
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....thanks Marcelo
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Great shots Bob, wish we had something like that here.
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Great shots Bob
the ft 9-18 really shines on your E-P3 ( no pun intended )
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Beautiful park Bob and those macro shots are very well done.
I agree.
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.......thanks for the comments James, Fred & Steven.

The 9-18 is my most used FT lens, I can hardly wait to mount it to an M1 and the 70-300 too.
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