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Old Aug 3, 2011, 3:25 AM   #1
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Got myself a Canon 60D with kit 18-135, nifty fifty and Tokina 80-400.

Haven't tested the Tokina yet since I haven't been on any safaris, but here are a few from the kit lens. Still trying to figure this camera out!!

basic PP with Picnik...I really need to learn how to shoot in RAW and PP....


Ready to strike! by babasujaan, on Flickr


Lounging by babasujaan, on Flickr


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Old Aug 3, 2011, 3:56 AM   #2
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Great shots Dropmyload! I love the #1 snake detail and colors
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Old Aug 3, 2011, 4:24 AM   #3
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Your first pic is outstanding, like 3d, congrats.
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Hi DML - nice set of shots and its good to have you back. Congrats on the Canon. Look forward to seeing more shots from you.
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Good to hear from you again, DML!! These are fabulous as always. Are these snakes wild? Did I ever tell you I love snakes? I think they are the coolest creatures. Looking forward to your future posts (over in the Canon section??)
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Old Aug 3, 2011, 7:10 PM   #6
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Welcome back and congrats on the new toy. Love these shots even though I keep my distance from snakes
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Old Aug 4, 2011, 6:20 AM   #7
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Thanks guys!!

Snakes are wild, but inside a high wall hence the angle of the shots!

I'm not so fond of snakes either, but my kids love anything wild!
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Old Oct 31, 2012, 4:11 AM   #8
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Haven't been here in a while so I thought I'd pop in and see...looks like folks are still taking great shots!!

Also haven't used my FZ35 in ages...now stuck with dslr.

A few from a recent phtotowalk in Nairobi, hope you like:


Lone tree hill 2 by babasujaan, on Flickr


Kenyan hard work by babasujaan, on Flickr


Street life by babasujaan, on Flickr

Sorry they're not Panny shots, but this was my maiden forum so I still feel I belong here!
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Hi DML, good to have you stop by again and hope all is well.

All nice shots but #1 is the one that stands out to me, nice.

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Really cool images DML, I agree #1 is very haunting!
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