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Old Aug 19, 2007, 11:46 PM   #11
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Lovely series, all of the pictures are worth spending time looking at them. The butterfly might not be your traditional "good picture" but i really like it. Second one is my favorite also.
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i've seen nothing but praise for the tcon-17. watch the weight tho.

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Weight is no problem Roy... At 6'2" and 270 I kin tote a heap.

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Old Aug 20, 2007, 9:46 AM   #13
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Lovely series, all of the pictures are worth spending time looking at them. The butterfly might not be your traditional "good picture" but i really like it. Second one is my favorite also.
The butterfly was almost directly over my head ...so
I photographed it....Would have been much better if I could have gotten some background behind it...That sky was just tooo bright. Thanks Mtngal.

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Gotta be some of the best pics yet, Dawg.



Real sharp, good contrast, even on my crappy work monitor.





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Old Aug 20, 2007, 12:48 PM   #15
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Gotta be some of the best pics yet, Dawg.



Real sharp, good contrast, even on my crappy work monitor.





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Thanks Dal. I do listen and learn...This is not the type of photo I over the years got good at...I really like far sweeping vistas and old structures like barns. The macro area was off limits when I used the K1000 as I couldn't afford the lens to shoot these. Now they are so cheap you can buy them with left over lunch money. Ain't Digital great....Even a so-so photog like me can not only afford the lens but shoot good photos. LOL

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Wonderful colours with terrific depth, all well taken.
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Wonderful colours with terrific depth, all well taken.
Thank you Rodney!

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