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Old Aug 23, 2006, 3:20 PM   #1
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Antlers In Velvet (Still) Mule Deer (Lazy)

I think I am trying to rush nature. I went looking for some Mule Deer Bucks thinking that if they have started rubbing off the velvet it would make a fun series. No luck they haven't started rubbing yet. Here are a few I did find still in full velvet not any rub marks yet.

2nd group of Lazy Way photos. (From the car)
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Nice pictures again Roger. Now you explained to me the inserts, I am even more impressed

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Roger, these are very well done. I too, like Bootneck, wondered how you enlarged so much without losing definition. Now, I understand. Would not want you sneaking up on me.
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Thanks Fred, I ma glad you enjoy them.

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Evening Jerry, The last couple of series was a new way of stalking for me. "Stalking in my 4 Runner"

I feel better today ( About Me ) I spent a few hours hunting ducks on a ranch pond and I was on foot.


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Hi Roger, I love you "picture within a picture" photos. For some reason, this series puts me in mind of Autumn. My favorite season. donna
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Thanks Donna, the old timers are telling me its going to be a early fall and a early winter. I haven't gone up above 10,000 feet for a while but a friend told me today the trees are starting to show signs of changing colors.

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Very strange. It is getting warmer, the buds are starting to come out on the trees and the wildflowers are about to take off

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Very strange. It is getting warmer, the buds are starting to come out on the trees and the wildflowers are about to take off

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My best friend lives in New Zealand, so weoften have fun with this one :lol: There are a few days when we have similar weather, but mostly it's wow it's cold, odd, feels pretty warm here, and vice versa.... of course, he doesn't get to have snow:blah: And I have to admit the talking about sun at night, and night during theday throw me sometimes

We're hoping to show him some snow this year, depending on when we can arrange a visit.Though as Roger stated up there... fall looks to be coming pretty early this year, even over here in NY, could be snow earlier than usual.

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And thank you for the link to theexplanation of how you do these photos Roger, I'd love to do something like this with the pictures we hope to take during the above visit (we're not hunters, but we like scenery ) Were these pictures taken with your FZ30?

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"And thank you for the link to theexplanation of how you do these photos Roger, I'd love to do something like this with the pictures we hope to take during the above visit (we're not hunters, but we like scenery ) Were these pictures taken with your FZ30?"

Yes all the mule Deer & Osprey photo were with my FZ30.

As far as trying these kind of photos 'GO FOR IT" Just remember one thing " Move as slow as you can, then cut that speed in half. Try it I think you will have fun.



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Very strange. It is getting warmer, the buds are starting to come out on the trees and the wildflowers are about to take off

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My best friend lives in New Zealand, so weoften have fun with this one :lol: There are a few days when we have similar weather, but mostly it's wow it's cold, odd, feels pretty warm here, and vice versa.... of course, he doesn't get to have snow:blah: And I have to admit the talking about sun at night, and night during theday throw me sometimes

We're hoping to show him some snow this year, depending on when we can arrange a visit.Though as Roger stated up there... fall looks to be coming pretty early this year, even over here in NY, could be snow earlier than usual.

Thanks for the giggle



And thank you for the link to theexplanation of how you do these photos Roger, I'd love to do something like this with the pictures we hope to take during the above visit (we're not hunters, but we like scenery ) Were these pictures taken with your FZ30?
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