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Old Jan 9, 2010, 12:14 PM   #11
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Nice shooting Roger - I really like the closeups! Cheers, Dan

Thanks Dan, thanks for looking and for the kind words.
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Outstanding! What a beautiful animal. I really like the foxyness of the first shot.

He always takes time to check out the area before he picks a spot to lay down.
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way to capture a very shy animal. particularly the last 2, well done.

Thanks for the nice words.
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Old Jan 9, 2010, 12:16 PM   #14
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Those are great. I especially like #3 where it looks like he is looking right at you. What lens did you use?

Great Shots!

I used my 500 with a 1.4 converter.
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Old Jan 9, 2010, 12:16 PM   #15
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Great job - wonderful use of your tracking skills to produce some very fine photos! Thanks for sharing.


Thank you for looking and for the nice comment.
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Beautiful series.
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I spotted him coming out of the woods with my binoculars
Roger, binoculars have been the tools of my trade for many years. Given my interest in them, I have to wonder what the sly little devil was doing with your binoculars???

Nice handling of a difficult lighting situation - living where you do, you get lots of practice, and it shows.
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LOL, Leave it to Pen to come up with that one!

Fabulous shooting Rodger! The old rider looks like the ones they use over our way for the civil war re-enactments they do. the visitors get to ride the train and watch the action and interact with the actors on the train who play there role as solders and southern belles on the period. a lot of fun and good photo op's... would you believe the time we went... I forgot my camera!
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Beautiful series.

Thanks for playing.
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Roger, binoculars have been the tools of my trade for many years. Given my interest in them, I have to wonder what the sly little devil was doing with your binoculars???

Nice handling of a difficult lighting situation - living where you do, you get lots of practice, and it shows.


You got me, I will learn some day how to word things.

Lie of the day = He borrowed them cuz he wanted to watch eagles flying over head.
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