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Old May 18, 2007, 11:32 AM   #1
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Took this one today with the A*200 K10D



100% Crop


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Old May 18, 2007, 6:59 PM   #2
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Hi Tom,

The A*200 was my first * lens, and though lenses come and go, I'm still amazed every time I take it out for a spin.

If I didn't have one, I'd be amazed at the crop, but I do, so I'm just very impressed. . .:-)

Very nice work indeed -- you certainly did your part in capturing this image.

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Old May 18, 2007, 7:40 PM   #3
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Nice capture they look like they are on stilts.


TOTALLY WACKY roger
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Wow! That's one sharp picture at 100%. Gives a good reason to buy quality lenses. Love the picture.
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Sandhill Cranes are impressive birds and I did not realize they were migratory. It seems like ours are here year round but now I am going to have to pay more attention. That is very impressive for a 100% crop Tom.

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NonEntity1 wrote:
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Sandhill Cranes are impressive birds and I did not realize they were migratory.
Pretty much ALL birds do... good feeding and nesting grounds are rarely in the same place. (Because good feeding ground often means many hungry preditors as well.... as for instance Emperor Pequins ne well inland Antartica where males sit on the eggs and huddle together for warmth.... but no predators.
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