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Old Nov 24, 2010, 7:33 AM   #21
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Double wow; that is an impressive series of shots, it must have been spectacular to be there in person. That's when it would be nice to have an E-PL1 to use to shoot movies as well as stills. What kind of canine is that in the SmugMug gallery - coyote or wolf?
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Old Nov 24, 2010, 8:59 AM   #22
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Reminds me of an M.C. Escher print. Thanks for looking. Steve
That's who I thought of when looking at the images. Great captures.

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Old Nov 24, 2010, 10:33 AM   #23
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Amazing patterns.
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Double wow; that is an impressive series of shots, it must have been spectacular to be there in person. That's when it would be nice to have an E-PL1 to use to shoot movies as well as stills. What kind of canine is that in the SmugMug gallery - coyote or wolf?

Thanks Steven, Coyote. We have many, many coyotes in this area of California.
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Amazing patterns.

I agree, thanks for looking. Steve
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Amazing - wish I could have been there. But where's Waldo?
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Amazing - wish I could have been there. But where's Waldo?
Funny you should mention that because whenever I get a shot like that I always look for my Waldo, of sorts, a neck band. I saw one on a goose that was on the ground but haven't found one in the flying geese...... yet.

I wish everyone could have this experience at least once. It is truly a wonder to behold.

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