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Old Feb 17, 2007, 12:43 AM   #11
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Those are wonderful pictures of some impressive animals. One thing you continue to prove is that in order to get those excellent photos you need to bepatient, work hardandprepare well. Thanks for all of the above.

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And lets not forget just the effort to be there... and regularly... to even be there to catch it in the first place.


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I don't know anything about deer, but those two seem pretty impressive. I'm still amazed at the zoom ability of that sigma 50-500. Wow. Keep those pics coming Wacky Roger!
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Old Feb 17, 2007, 5:33 AM   #14
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Roger, again a nice story and great shots - Ronny
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I don't know which I admire more - your photo abilities or your spotting/hunting abilities - both are outstanding. These are some impressive deer!
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Those are very nice Roger. Good job hunting them down.

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Good morning Tom. Thanks for the kind words and for taking the time to look. It was a fun challenge.

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Old Feb 17, 2007, 10:35 AM   #17
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Great pics of some nice trophy bucks. Thanks for posting.
We agree Spiritbro77 they are some trophy bucks. Thank you for looking and commenting.

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Old Feb 17, 2007, 10:37 AM   #18
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Those are wonderful pictures of some impressive animals. One thing you continue to prove is that in order to get those excellent photos you need to bepatient, work hardandprepare well. Thanks for all of the above.

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I believe you nailed it when it comes to wildlife. "patient, work hardandprepare well" Thank you Lyrics51 for the nice comment and for looking.

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Old Feb 17, 2007, 10:39 AM   #19
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And lets not forget just the effort to be there... and regularly... to even be there to catch it in the first place.

Hi to YA!!!! Hayward. IMHO the more time you are in the woods the more chances you will get to press the shutter. Thank you for looking and commenting.

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I don't know anything about deer, but those two seem pretty impressive. I'm still amazed at the zoom ability of that sigma 50-500. Wow. Keep those pics coming Wacky Roger!
Good morning royce10. These are definately Big Boys, I feel lucky that I finally got a chance to shoot them. The Bigma and I are becoming real good friends. Some of the shots are after I moved back then to my right so I could be closer for the close ups.

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