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Discussion in 'Birds' started by jfenton, Mar 21, 2005.
The first time I was processing images from this shoot...I think I missed this one.....
Obviously, the owl didn't miss you :roll:
Can you post the rest of the pics when it came chasing towards you.
Another great one. thanks for sharing.
Lookin right at you :>)) really neat birds.
Rub it in Jim.... 8)
Two Incredible Afternoons....For Harry
And One Sunday Morning....
(Don't Worry Frank...they look horrible all cropped and printed
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Thanks, buddy..... :twisted:
I know that you'd be more than happy to return the favor
Yikes what a line up of images. It somehow makes one feel inadequate.
Very nice as always
What a display, teriffic!!!!!
Ok, now I'm really depressed..... I feel I need a D2x, 200-400VR and 500 or 600 mm lenses. When I go to jail, it will be all the fault of the folks here as there is no way I can afford all this without robbing a bank. Trains would be easier, but they don't carry money anymore........
I guess I could sell the house, but can anyone tell me how long a D2X will last if I live in a cardboard box?
Looking through the Nikon D2X brochure, it does note that the D2X is "moisture and dust droplet resistant".
I guess it's dependent on how clean you keep your box
By the way...these could easily have been captured with a d2H which is an awfully lot less expensive. I just happened to be shooting the X at the time.
It was great to see these the first time. But showing them a second time is unfair, maybe illegal. You are totally responsible for whatever happens to me tonight. Park on RR tracks? Turn on car and close garage door? Or something less dramatic like taking all my gear and tossing it in the trash?
OK, OK. Gotta say it again. Wow!
I'm in awe! Truly an amazing shot, and the other ones down in the thread are awesome, too. WOW!! 8) 8) :mrgreen:
See Marilu, I told you we had some experts here.... :wink:
Of course in Jim's case, it is more luck than skill....
You weren't kidding, Frank!! So many familiar names, so much familiar TALENT!
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