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Old Jan 6, 2015, 9:54 PM   #1
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Old Jan 11, 2015, 7:35 PM   #2
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The question is, who was thinking that, one of them, the other one, or both !
By the looks of it, I'd say both of them !
Brilliantly shot Jim, you are so good at capturing just the right moment. I am so glad you are getting so much satisfaction from your new-ish camera.
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Hi John,

Hope all well with you.

Difficult to catch Rusty with the deer but I sometimes get lucky.

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It's so nice when one gets lucky to capture a certain moment, pose etc. and then get it onto the computer and see that it is just right.
A good deal of luck and patience is needed, especially with animals and insects !

I'm doing OK, Jim. Fairly busy with this and that. Not taking many photos at the moment, winter is a dreary time, grey, dismal and wet ! I don't have your flair for finding unique motive and shooting angles. I still remember the shot you took of some leaves floating on still water, really intriguing.

Really pleased with my FZ72, and the extra zoom has been very useful, although I do miss the multi angle rear screen. I seem to get less noise than I do with my FZ150, which surprised me, maybe FZ150 was a Monday production or put together by a person who had drunk too much saki the night before
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Top shot, do you ever use burst mode? I have just acquired a second hand FZ100, not had time to check all it's knobs and whistles yet, but the fast burst mode could be useful in shots like yours.
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