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Old Feb 28, 2007, 7:30 PM   #1
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Bald Eagle - Geese - Cliffs

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Homeward Bound with Sigma 50-500mm



Where I found the Bald Eagle with a close up after I stalked in closer



Is that a mouse down there???



Vermillion Cliffs close to the Grand Canyon with Tamron 24 - 135mm. Not my normal wildlife photo but I like this place IMHO it is pretty.



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Nice shots Roger. That eagle was tough lighting. Well done. You have the Tamron 24-135 too? That's my walkabout lens. Good lens for a decent price........cheers...Don
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Old Feb 28, 2007, 10:23 PM   #3
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Nice shots Roger. That eagle was tough lighting. Well done. You have the Tamron 24-135 too? That's my walkabout lens. Good lens for a decent price........cheers...Don
Hello to YA!! Don. Thanks for looking and commenting. YUP!!! on the Tamron 24-135 walk around lens. I am just now starting to try it out. The Cliffs photo was one of the 1st serious tries with it.

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Old Feb 28, 2007, 10:55 PM   #4
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Enjoyed em all Roger. My favorite is the Geese. Welcome back. How was your trip ? Hey, that Tamron sure did a great job for ya. Keep em comin my friend.

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Old Feb 28, 2007, 10:59 PM   #5
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Enjoyed em all Roger. My favorite is the Geese. Welcome back. How was your trip ? Hey, that Tamron sure did a great job for ya. Keep em comin my friend.

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Hi Jay, I hope all is well with you and yours. Thanks for looking and commenting. I had a great trip did well as far as business is concerned but more important we had a lot of fun. I even took a few extra days to hunt Wild Horses.

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Love your photos, including the Vermillion Cliffs (wonderful country).

Hope you had your camera when you were hunting the wild horses, and that some of the shots came out well.
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Love your photos, including the Vermillion Cliffs (wonderful country).

Hope you had your camera when you were hunting the wild horses, and that some of the shots came out well.
mtngal, good morning to you. Thanks for looking and commenting. Yes I had my camera with me hunting the wild horses. As soon as I can get thru the photos I will post some of them.

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Roger, nice shots - - - again :-) - - -
like nr3 for the way he looks down on ...
Great
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Roger, nice shots - - - again :-) - - -
like nr3 for the way he looks down on ...
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Hi Ronny, thanks for looking and for the nice comment.

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Wonderful picture of the geese Roger. Striking aginst the blue sky! You certanly have an eye for the wildlife shots. Ever been on safari in Africa?
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