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Old Feb 16, 2009, 7:03 PM   #1
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Hi Dawg,

These just ROCK!! Nice work getting so close.

It's still too cold out for me to be shooting a lot, so I've been practicing with the new gear. Last year, I was so rusty when it suddenly got warm -- went from avg +20F to +55F in a week -- I felt like a beginner fumbling around with everything. Won't make that same mistake again, but I'm finding that I'm not nearly so rusty so far -- but then again, it might be that I've lost enough brain cells to not notice. . .:?:?

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Well Dawg...
I don't know what you're doing but I say Keep it up!
I could be wrong but, I think these are some of the best ones yet!

GW:bye:
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Dawg, how did you teach that little guy to pose like that?
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Ed, you definitely have your cardinals trained better than mine. This is a really great series. #1 is far and away my favorite because of the quality of the eye detail.

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Old Feb 16, 2009, 11:59 PM   #9
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Hi Dawg,

These just ROCK!! Nice work getting so close.

It's still too cold out for me to be shooting a lot, so I've been practicing with the new gear. Last year, I was so rusty when it suddenly got warm -- went from avg +20F to +55F in a week -- I felt like a beginner fumbling around with everything. Won't make that same mistake again, but I'm finding that I'm not nearly so rusty so far -- but then again, it might be that I've lost enough brain cells to not notice. . .:??

Scott
High Scott. These were shot from 20-25 feet distance and then cropped. The light was with me but the temp was at 33 degrees. Slight breeze but it was fun doing these.

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Old Feb 17, 2009, 12:17 AM   #10
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Goldwinger wrote:
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Well Dawg...
I don't know what you're doing but I say Keep it up!
I could be wrong but, I think these are some of the best ones yet!

GW:bye:
Thank you GW. I'm not going to disagree with you.

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