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Why such a bad shot? I was wading in a river to set up on a big rock, came around the rootball of a tree that had blown down near the bank and this guy was trotting at top speed toward the water. I just whipped up the camera and shot. Settings? What settings? It was dusk and everything, but if the ISO had been any higher, this would be an X-ray. Anyway, it's a cute little critter and the board seems a little slow tonight so I thought I'd share.
 
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Hey those are the best ones sometimes:>)))
Remember those settings you may want the affect again:>))
I think is is great pic
 
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LOL! Thanks Gale. I'll definitely keep these settings written down! It is a funny shot with all that stuff in its mouth.
 
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It is kinda funny with all the "stuff" he is hauling with one peeking over the pile
 
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Thanks guys. I don't know what I was doing with the ISO on 1000. This guy was waddling pretty fast, but I probably didn't need 1/1250th to stop the action. Ha!
 

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