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Old Dec 12, 2006, 8:35 PM   #1
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A Wildlife guide hand feeding a wild Zebra. So far he still has all his fingers! Jim
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Old Dec 12, 2006, 9:37 PM   #2
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. the eyes

great shot.. this one's head was in the car with me.
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Thanks Roy.......That's REALLY a close up you got ! Jim
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i know it's a little OOF but i was trying to get into the passenger seat!!

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After seeing their teeth I can understand that ! :-) Jim
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That's the first time I've ever seen someoneneeding a macro lens for taking wildlife pictures! As far as the first one - I used to own horses who weren't particularly careful about fingers- I'm surprised that the handler still has any fingers left.
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Thanks Harriet. The wildlife make bigger, easier targets than bugs! :-) Jim
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Old Dec 12, 2006, 10:54 PM   #8
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mtngal wrote:
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That's the first time I've ever seen someoneneeding a macro lens for taking wildlife pictures! As far as the first one - I used to own horses who weren't particularly careful about fingers- I'm surprised that the handler still has any fingers left.
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Did you use a macro lens for that? I don't think so.
That does not diminish the fact that this is probably a pict of the year.
Should be in a tutorial of any dental school man

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Did you use a macro lens for that?
Must have been the snowman camera at Harriets workplace!:lol:

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Hi Daniel. No macro, just zoomed in with the 28-300 Tamron. I think Harriet was just kidding about the macro! Thanks for the nice comment ! Got a chuckle about it being in a dental sch manual ! :-) Jim
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