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Old Apr 24, 2011, 7:20 PM   #1
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Just a few random shots from the last few weeks.
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Old Apr 24, 2011, 7:22 PM   #2
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Oh, and guess who I caught having a little snack after a hard day's work on Easter Sunday?
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Craig, great set! #1 is truly beautiful, love it.

BTW, I wouldn't call a snake swimming in water exactly random...!!
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Craig,

Just a fantastic series of shots. Number 1 is a wall hanger, great job! Do you know what kind of snake that is? If not, you should post over in wildlife for an ID.

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Craig,

Just a fantastic series of shots. Number 1 is a wall hanger, great job! Do you know what kind of snake that is? If not, you should post over in wildlife for an ID.

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Strangely enough, the markings on that snake look just like a rat snake, although I've never seen one swimming like that.

Nice job, Craig. Agree with the others on #1.
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Fantastic shots, great job.

I like especially the squirrel, very cute.

Which kind of PP have you done and which settings on the camera have you used?

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Craig, awesome photos! I also really like #1 - it's tops!
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Thanks for the comments everyone, I appreciate it.
Stefan, when shooting in good light outside I tend to shoot in shutter priority mode between 1/100th and 1/200th at ISO80, but this depends on the shot and the subject, and I always experiment with different settings. PP is usually a little contrast and brightness adjust as well as slight saturation. Sometimes a little sharpness adjust if it needs it.
JJ and Jerry, I tried looking up the snake but haven't conclusively ID'ed it yet. Thanks for the suggestion about posting in wildlife, JJ, I may try that.
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Really like this series Craig, especially the waterwheel #1
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