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Old Apr 29, 2007, 11:55 AM   #1
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with the M200 f4+ 1.4x i think all of these were shot wide open.

my friend is back. actually i think there are 2 juveniles.


buttercup


this is from our pet cemetery tree


and a new type of duck i haven't seen before. any ideas ?


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Old Apr 29, 2007, 2:59 PM   #2
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I WANT YOUR YARD!! (To be honest, I'm just jealous of your shooting skills)

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gee, and i thought it was my good looks and stellar personality..

also, i know YOU have no reason to be jealous. it's like harriet being intimidated. sheeesh. the gal has a great eye and technique.

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Old Apr 29, 2007, 3:33 PM   #4
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yeah , i could have editted the last post but i'm post mining.
the pond next door attracts a lot of different subjects but not anywhere near what it attracted when it was full of fish.

drum roll, next post is #100

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That's not a backyard, that's a complete PARK!!

Nice shots as usual Roy.


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:G Noob! :G

Nice shots Roy, do you know what kind of tree your "pet cemetery" tree is? It looks very pretty.

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Nice shots Roy, do you know what kind of tree your "pet cemetery" tree is? It looks very pretty.

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i'm searching. i don't know but it has large leaves and gets a bean pod later on. name may start with a C.

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Old Apr 29, 2007, 11:13 PM   #8
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Hi, Roy! Love your pictures, and I'd like your backyard, too (though I won't trade mine for yours, though). I've been out of town for a couple of days and can't catch up tonight. I haven't finished sorting through my pictures yet (all of waves, beaches and some REALLY big trees). And you are one of the reasons I get intimidated - most of my pictures have such flaws when I compare them to so many around here (and many of those taken by you!).
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Old Apr 30, 2007, 7:48 PM   #9
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got this today out back with the 200 f4+1.4x at f4.
this is a sweet combo. 280mm f5.6. about the same as the A*300 at a third the weight and focuses at half the distance. of course you loose a stop.

this is our first plum

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Well everything is bigger in Texas, backyards and photography skill.
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