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Old Nov 21, 2007, 10:49 AM   #1
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Old Nov 21, 2007, 11:56 AM   #2
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Great shots Roger!!

Just out of curiosity, do you keep the K10D & Bigma attached to the BushHawk all the time, or do you break it down for traveling??..

Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours, as well as to all the members here at Steve's..

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Old Nov 21, 2007, 12:03 PM   #3
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Great shots Roger!!

Just out of curiosity, do you keep the K10D & Bigma attached to the BushHawk all the time, or do you break it down for traveling??..

Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours, as well as to all the members here at Steve's..

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The day my BushHawk arrived I attached my BIGMA to it and it has never been off of it. Thanks for the kind comment about the photos.


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Beautiful, as always. I love the wonderful color in these, hard to capture BIF in fairly low light like this. Nice change.
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#1 is picture poetry!

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Beautiful, as always. I love the wonderful color in these, hard to capture BIF in fairly low light like this. Nice change.
Hi mtngal, I am happy with these especially considering the light that was available.


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Kjell thank you for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.


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Roger,

I wish I can get one as sharp as you have got there. You have a whole squadron in formation. Great shots

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I wish I can get one as sharp as you have got there. You have a whole squadron in formation. Great shots

Daniel, Toronto
Hi Daniel, Bosque Del Apache is a wonderful place to go if you want to get a lot of opportunites to fill up some memory cards.

Thank you for the nice comment.

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