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Old Mar 25, 2008, 6:08 PM   #1
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Went out today, took the pentax 50-200mm kit lens I had recently aquired spotted two of these in a place they shouldnt have been. I think the lens really did a good job.





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They are beautiful. What drug do you feed them? I got closer than ever yesterday, only some 100 mtrs/yds. Didn't have my camera and too dull anyway.

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Very nice Terry, I think the 50-200mm is an undervalued lens and you did a nice job with it. Come to Florida Kjell, we have a comfortable couch and I am pretty sure I could get you nice sandhill crane shots with a 50mm lens!

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Very nice shots, they won't be here for a month of so since it is still bellow freezing each night.

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Very nice picture!
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