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Old Oct 24, 2005, 2:46 AM   #11
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Jake, great pictures as usual. I saw one of those lizards yesterday and I thought - hey, that would make an interesting shot. Turns out I was right.

Thinking of getting myself the Sigma 80-200 2.8 lens. Used with a x2 converter it will give 160 to 400 at F4. What do you think?
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 4:01 AM   #12
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Nice shots, Jake! The vervet looks like his toys have just been stolen!
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 4:12 AM   #13
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Spectacular shots, Jake. Thanks for posting. You have a knack for excellent compositions.
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 8:47 AM   #14
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stunning, I really love the monkey and blue lizard shots:-)
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 3:01 PM   #15
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Thanks for looking in guys, and many appreciations for the comments
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I really love the monkey
Julie, I know monkeys are like vermin in some areas, and a monkey is, well, just a monkey, but somehow when I saw this particular shot, I also really enjoyed it. About your wildlife in Ozz - Surely there is an abundance of "things" there as well? Wallabies, Roos and the like [Snakes and scorpions etc.]?? Sometimes what we perceive as common can be very interesting to others. Ie: your parrots and cockatoos are non-existant here, other than in pet-shops and homes, which perhaps are common there, but your shots of them are very interesting for us to see.

Regardsfrom a WARM SA,summer is hitting hard now, 36 degrees today
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 9:11 PM   #16
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EXCELLENT stuff, very very nice work.
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Old Oct 25, 2005, 6:10 AM   #17
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JakeTPegg wrote:
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Thanks for looking in guys, and many appreciations for the comments
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I really love the monkey
Julie, I know monkeys are like vermin in some areas, and a monkey is, well, just a monkey, but somehow when I saw this particular shot, I also really enjoyed it. About your wildlife in Ozz - Surely there is an abundance of "things" there as well? Wallabies, Roos and the like [Snakes and scorpions etc.]?? Sometimes what we perceive as common can be very interesting to others. Ie: your parrots and cockatoos are non-existant here, other than in pet-shops and homes, which perhaps are common there, but your shots of them are very interesting for us to see.

Regardsfrom a WARM SA,summer is hitting hard now, 36 degrees today
Yes we get the roos and the birds and snakes and lizards but one has to go out looking for these, except for the birds who seem to live anywhere:-)




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