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Old Oct 18, 2006, 11:00 AM   #11
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tcook you are so right about me having fun. I love the outdoors and the challenge of trying to find free ranging wildlife.

Thanks for commenting and for looking.

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You covered some ground and then got some great shots Roger. Best of all. sounds like you enjoyed yourself.
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Old Oct 18, 2006, 11:02 AM   #12
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You are right about beautiful animals. I think all animals are beautiful.

Thanks for taking the time to look and to comment.

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beautiful animals and great captures !
Love the way the last one strikes a pose just for you
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Old Oct 18, 2006, 11:04 AM   #13
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Raghu thank you for looking and commenting.

I have something like 36 different free ranging wildlife catagories now and still have more to add to the collection when I find them.

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Lovely animals, great scenery and excellent capture. Roger, I should say you are providing a good variety of photos for us. Thanks for taking us to your country.
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Old Oct 18, 2006, 1:37 PM   #14
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those are super shots!!! love all of them and thanx fer sharing your beautiful state!!
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Great shots Roger...you say you have guys coming from Maryland....you are in my backyard. Always looking forward to your shots. Thank for sharing your corner of the globe. Donna
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Old Oct 18, 2006, 3:27 PM   #16
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Thanks annie57 for looking and commenting.

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Old Oct 18, 2006, 3:29 PM   #17
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D.Ann, its always nice to see your name on a thread. Thanks you for the kind words.

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Neat photos. The antelope we get down here are pretty raggedy looking compared to yours.

I really like the way you did the close-up insets in some of the long range shots. I will have to steal that idea sometime.

Here is one of our raggedy fellows on the flats on the north side of the Capitans, on a day a couple of years ago with a raging, smoky forest fire about a mile away:
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Hi Roger

Some cracking shots - No3 really caught my attention.

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Old Oct 18, 2006, 5:15 PM   #20
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Hi there RuidosoDigital thanks for looking and commenting. When I first started using the inserts most of the camera folks didn't like it and they let me know about it. The idea I had was to show where I found them as the background photo and then the close up after a stalk to get closer. When I explained that over 70% of my sales was photos with a insert everyone stopped telling me it was the wrong thing to do. I even gave the photos a name on my wildlife photo gallery.

[align=center]Wildlife Photos
Introducing "STALKING WILDLIFE PHOTOS"
We have developed a new style of Wildlife photos which we call "Stalking Wildlife Photos".
You will find numerous photos that have an insert of a close up of the animal or bird we want to photograph.
The large photo or background photo is where we found the animal and the insert is after we have stalked in closer to get the close up shot.
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Of course you should use the idea. In fact if there is anything I can do to help if you have problems just ask and I will tell you what I do.

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Neat photos. The antelope we get down here are pretty raggedy looking compared to yours.

I really like the way you did the close-up insets in some of the long range shots. I will have to steal that idea sometime.
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