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Old Jul 18, 2013, 11:59 AM   #1
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Eysha reminded me that I really should start participating more. So I promise to start commenting on everyone's wonderful posts. Let me start here by posting some of my more recent shots with my FZ150.

#1 Checkered Skipper (with LC-55)



#2 with Raynox 250



#3 Allen's Hummingbird



#4 Blue Dasher (with LC-55)




#5 Monarch Butterfly (with LC-55)




#6 A few-day-old fawn (his eyes were still blue)
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Old Jul 18, 2013, 2:51 PM   #2
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Well, thank you very much geoper, appreciate that!!!
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Superb the whole series dear Yuki! Congrats
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Wow, what a great series!

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Old Jul 19, 2013, 10:09 AM   #6
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Hi Saly, i hope you don't think i pushed you into posting but i did miss your posts. All lovely and sharp and clear as always but i do love the fawn, so cute. Lovely to see you back.
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Thanks Alex, JJ, eysha!

Eysha - no you didn't push me to start posting, I've just been lazy! There were 2 fawns with mom, they were tiny - just slightly larger than a cat.

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Old Jul 19, 2013, 1:07 PM   #8
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Really, wow. I imagined them to be bigger somehow. Must have been lovely to see though. Thanks for sharing.
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We did miss you Saly, only didn't venture to ask like Eysha did. Nice to see you back, with beautiful nature photos. You are one of the regulars here and your absence does get noticed. Even if you feel lazy to shoot, please don't stop viewing and commenting.
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We did miss you Saly, only didn't venture to ask like Eysha did. Nice to see you back, with beautiful nature photos. You are one of the regulars here and your absence does get noticed. Even if you feel lazy to shoot, please don't stop viewing and commenting.
Thanks Raghu, I've been shooting plenty but haven't really had too much time to post or comment. I've been doing a lot of business travel lately which takes me away from home about 3 days a week. I also actively participate in 2 other photo forums and been having trouble dividing my time. Hope to be more active here again.
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