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Old May 1, 2008, 1:18 AM   #11
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Nice work with #4 and 5.

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Nice work with #4 and 5.

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This choice is expected cos I knowyou like a serene background. Thanks for the pick and the comments.
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Now that I am viewing these pics at home on my own monitor, I'm actually quite impressed with the image quality of your Swarvoski setup. These shots are quite beautiful. I also like #6. You should print some of them up and frame them. I sent you the wallpaper just now. Let me know if you have any problems.

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Now that I am viewing these pics at home on my own monitor, I'm actually quite impressed with the image quality of your Swarvoski setup. These shots are quite beautiful. I also like #6. You should print some of them up and frame them. I sent you the wallpaper just now. Let me know if you have any problems.

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Received in good order. Thanks. Given that you are close enough, I mean notfarther than20m from a wildlife species for the 30x eyepiece and 35m for the 45x, the Swarovski set upcanfor sure deliver you good quality shots. The problem is with the angle of coverage. It is too narrow, so it takes a bit time to find the target before shooting.
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Beautiful series Leung. Your expertise using your unique setup really pays dividends. Excellent stuff!!...cheers...Don
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Old May 3, 2008, 9:48 PM   #17
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Thanks for viewing and giving comments. A reasonably fair investmnent but really great fun for the time beingusing the gears for avian photography.
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