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Old Feb 6, 2007, 5:09 PM   #11
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Roger I have to tell yo when I first read the post, I thought it said: Wild Turkey and Coffee...like in Wild Turkey Whiskey! I thought maybe you were treating yourself to a Hot Toddy. Well I thought he has got good taste in whiskey! Donna
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Roger, I know you would enjoy a good Cajun style gumbo, beit turkey, or seafood. And after all of that a relaxing time, watching the sunset with a glass of what else,

Wild Turkey.

P.S. Sounds like Donna also has good taste.
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Nice job Roger. You nailed the "turkey"LOL. Do youremember the aperture and shutter settings? or, you usedthe camera on "auto mode". Thanks

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Emmanuel, thanks for looking and for the nice comment. The camera was on auto mode.

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Old Feb 6, 2007, 9:53 PM   #14
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Roger I have to tell yo when I first read the post, I thought it said: Wild Turkey and Coffee...like in Wild Turkey Whiskey! I thought maybe you were treating yourself to a Hot Toddy. Well I thought he has got good taste in whiskey! Donna
Now I know about that Wild Turkey!!!! It is GOOOOD stuff.

Thanks Donna

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Old Feb 6, 2007, 9:54 PM   #15
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Roger, I know you would enjoy a good Cajun style gumbo, beit turkey, or seafood. And after all of that a relaxing time, watching the sunset with a glass of what else,

Wild Turkey.

P.S. Sounds like Donna also has good taste.
Maybe you Donna and I should meet someplace and test turkey neck gumbo and wild tukey for a chaser.

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Nice series. When I do burst mode on a bird I get maybe one shot with the bird, one shot of just a tail, and a couple of the background with no bird.

I too was curious so I downloaded one and peeked at EXIF. ISO 100, F8, 1/350th second. Turkeys must move their wings slower then my little birds to be so clear at that speed.

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Nice series. When I do burst mode on a bird I get maybe one shot with the bird, one shot of just a tail, and a couple of the background with no bird.

I too was curious so I downloaded one and peeked at EXIF. ISO 100, F8, 1/350th second. Turkeys must move their wings slower then my little birds to be so clear at that speed.

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Hi Steve, this on seemed to me to be un-sure of what to do with her wings. Since I use a RDS site it is much easier for me to keep up with moving animals.

Thanks for looking and for commenting.

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