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Old Jan 11, 2013, 6:11 PM   #1
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Wow !!! Great photo's . K-5 and I'm assuming that Sigma 500mm....a well matched combo.
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Wonderfully dynamic photos - each an amazingly detailed capture of an amazing creature. Thanks for sharing!
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Brilliant! I especially like the compositions with the mountain goats. I can't see the EXIF...what focal length were you at (or how close to the animals)?

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All are exceptional. Bravo!
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Great shots, I am so envious.

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Incredible! They are absolutely incredible shots, you should be jazzed about them. I, too, would like to know which lens these were taken with.
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