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Old Nov 11, 2012, 5:11 PM   #1
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The eagles have just started to arrive and these maybe my last pics with the 150-500mm because the 500mm f4.5 should be here soon.. http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8068/8...8d9b4c33_c.jpg
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Old Nov 11, 2012, 5:13 PM   #2
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And a couple of BHS..
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Also from today some irregular fall visitors have arrived in Grand Forks..
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That Sigma 150-500 is an excellent lens. All photo's are great...but that first one...with the eagle looking down and appearing to be contemplating it's navel....I really like.
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Love the eagle shots, nice job an all the shots, How long will the eagles be around

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I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of our wintering Bald Eagles. They start to show up around mid to late Jan. and stay until the rivers begin to thaw in Maine and Canada.

These are all nice shots with the Sigma. Good luck with the 500mm F4 when you get it.

Where in Canada are you?

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Did you sell the 150-500 already, or are you going to be able to take some comparison shots? Believe me, when I saw your ad I was tempted, but was still on the fence about it. Can't wait to see some of your first pictures with the 500!
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Some great last photos with the old lens, and looking forward to even better ones with the new one!
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