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Old Sep 3, 2011, 1:45 PM   #1
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Just a couple of images to show for it.

The first I call "End of the Dance" the last move in a drum dance, really too dark a room to use the 50-200mm. The second is a view of Ibyuk Pingo with its early fall colours, the old F 100-300mm got me close but not sharp.
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Old Sep 3, 2011, 3:06 PM   #2
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Nice even if they aren't sharp. They convey a feeling.

How many years are you there? I thought it was only the one.

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While both are fascinating, I find the first one really neat. That's something that would be very interesting to watch. Keep posting photos from your remote spot.
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Thanks for once again sharing some fascinating photos of your region - it is so interesting to see both the people and the landscape through your talented eyes.
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I agree with the previous comments. Sharpness isn't all it's cracked up to be. Fascinating dance move, and I love the view of the pingo. It's completely unlike any landscape I've ever seen.
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