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Old Oct 11, 2011, 6:16 PM   #11
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Once again, wonderful bird shots. The 'coons are priceless!

Thank you. I agree, the racoons a fun find. I chuckle every time I look at the picture of them chugging along towards the island.

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Old Oct 11, 2011, 6:20 PM   #12
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all really nice shots, would love to have that kind of wildlife close by.

My only criticizm is that the photos are not tack sharp. not sure if its the dim evening light, combined with a small apature value, or if its just not a sharp lens.

I only criticise as i strive for, but rarely get tack sharpness in my shots also and its one thing i will always work on.

Thank you very much for your comments. I must admit that I am not seeing what you are seeing. The shots are pretty sharp on my monitor. The only exception is the shot of the racoons. They were probably 150 yards out when I took the shot so they were a challenge.

I appreciate you taking the time to leave your comments. I always welcome anyone's critique and thank you again for your input.
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