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Old Mar 6, 2011, 4:50 PM   #1
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Old Mar 6, 2011, 5:00 PM   #2
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Very nice shots, good job!

In which distance were the deers and did you use a teleconverter?
Which camera settings did you use?

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Really nice series, No.1 is my fave, just beautiful. I prefer the colour shots to the b&w.
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Very nice shots, good job!

In which distance were the deers and did you use a teleconverter?
Which camera settings did you use?

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stefan - Got to about 40 feet away today. I only wish I had a teleconverter. Have to check on settings.

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JJ,

wow, 40 feet, the deers must be very trusting.
Here in Germany you have no chance to come so close.

I like also especially #1.

Keep on posting such nice pix.

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wow, 40 feet, the deers must be very trusting.
Here in Germany you have no chance to come so close.

I like also especially #1.

Keep on posting such nice pix.

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Thanks Stefan - It takes some time to get that close to them. Sometimes I get as close as I can then sit and enjoy, even without the camera.

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JJ,

you are a lucky guy!

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