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Old May 26, 2011, 5:44 PM   #1
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These were all handheld, "P", using telephoto. It was windy, so didn't expect any favorable results.
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Old May 26, 2011, 5:56 PM   #2
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Really lovely series Carol with good colour and exposure - No.3 is my fave. It aint easy using the TCon in the wind - you did a good job.
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Old May 26, 2011, 6:11 PM   #3
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"using the TCon in the wind"

Actually I don't have the TCon yet; this was just the zoom lens on the camera. I was very surprised at the detail; that it wasn't blurred.

BTW, Thank you! I like #3 also.
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Old May 26, 2011, 6:30 PM   #4
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Here is #3 run thru Fast Stone image viewer.
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Great an lovely shots Carol! With wind and handheld is very very difficult to get sharp image. I love # 3 too. Congrats
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Very nice Carol! Glad the weather is starting to get better for you so you can have some fun with the camera.

Looking forward to seeing more shots from the "Big Sky Country".

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Nice job on a windy day!
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Thanks everyone! These few shots lifted my spirit a little; as I'm down with viral pneumonia and my arthritic knee gave out; so getting these yesterday makes me love that FZ40 even more.

I never thought as windy as it was, & using a lot of zoom, since I couldn't kneel down, hand held, that I would get anything but blurred images! This camera is amazing!
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Thanks everyone! These few shots lifted my spirit a little; as I'm down with viral pneumonia and my arthritic knee gave out; so getting these yesterday makes me love that FZ40 even more.

I never thought as windy as it was, & using a lot of zoom, since I couldn't kneel down, hand held, that I would get anything but blurred images! This camera is amazing!
Carol, sorry to hear about your illness - hope you are feeling better soon so you can get out with your camera!
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Thanks Saly; it's going to take time to get over this pneumonia, from what I've been told; but taking photos sure helps cheer up the time!
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