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Old Jan 10, 2008, 11:00 AM   #11
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Great BIFs, Roger. Maybe it was coming back for your unfinished burrito? :G
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Nice to see you back Roger! Nice shooting. I love that blue sky. Looks like the Mark III and 500 are a real good fit.........cheers....Don
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Beautifulshots Roger!

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Kent thanks for the nice comment and for looking.


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more wonderful shots, Roger... that new combo is certainly working well for you! i'm considering a super-wide for some of my landscape stuff... how do you like that Sigma 10-20? is it nice andsharp corner to corner at full size? i've read pretty good things about it, but don't know anyone who actuallyuses one with any regularity... i'm taking a road trip to southern Utah this spring, and am wondering if my 17-35 will be wide enough to do justice to places like Bryce Canyon, Horseshoe Bend or Monument Valley...
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Nice to see you back Roger! Nice shooting. I love that blue sky. Looks like the Mark III and 500 are a real good fit.........cheers....Don
So far the two camera set up seems to be working. Thanks for looking and commenting.


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Old Jan 10, 2008, 10:52 PM   #16
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Penolta,

I guess I forgot to put my brain in gear or I sould of saved him a bit of the burrito.



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Old Jan 10, 2008, 10:56 PM   #17
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more wonderful shots, Roger... that new combo is certainly working well for you! i'm considering a super-wide for some of my landscape stuff... how do you like that Sigma 10-20? is it nice andsharp corner to corner at full size? i've read pretty good things about it, but don't know anyone who actuallyuses one with any regularity... i'm taking a road trip to southern Utah this spring, and am wondering if my 17-35 will be wide enough to do justice to places like Bryce Canyon, Horseshoe Bend or Monument Valley...
I like the lens pretty good. Sometimes but not often it loosed the far out edges so I just crop the photo when that happens.

Rocky I really don't know why your 17 to 35 wouldn't work just fine but then I am not any kind of expert.

If you are going to be as close oas monument valley you should consider stopping by Chama for a few photo attempts.


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