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Old Jan 23, 2006, 9:34 AM   #1
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gang of Canadian geese.
A gang of geese is called a gaggle, I guess......

seriously thoush, the canadian geese we get in new york are so pissy I wouldnt dare get a low close perspective. They will chase you around the parks. Thay have chased my dog before too......
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It must be your fuji s 9500 which probably have attracted the attention of these geese!! I have heard lots of praise about this machine with the super ccd. However, since I'd prefer a pocketable one, I will probabbly buy a fuji F11 with the same kind (though smaller) of image sensor.I will be happy being able to to catch images as neat as yours and without barrel distortion as well.
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oh, and to critique a bit, the highlights are a bit blown on the chest of these beast in some of the shots, notably the last.
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I like the 2nd photo

HAHAHA, nice tripod
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I would particularly recommened the ISoS wildlife Tripod.
You know I got one of those tripods and you know the best thing about it? It has to be the discreet colouring of the device - really makes you invisible when hiding from the wildlife....! :?

What I want to know is how you know these dudes are from Canada?


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