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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Jarrell, Jun 29, 2005.
Taken with D100 and Tamron 28-70 lens @ f/22 with SB-80 flash, raw.
Nice to see that you haven't lost your touch Jarrell. 8)
Excellent shot (as usual....;-)).
ugly beast in a beautiful sort of way ;-) Great shot Jarrell! I especially like the way you caught the reflections.
You sure can make a toady look beautiful :>))
Good to see you.
Very nice sir. he aint lookin to keen on the posing thing, what is he sitting on?
Best friend you can hope to have in a garden, the details are excellent.
I thank you all very much..
The toad was sitting on a small piece of plexiglass that, I think, my wife was using on the patio as a base for a flower pot or something. It gave me an idea though for another picture of the toad in a more controlled environment.
hmm...... funny who you meet when you first join a forum! another familiar face...
Nice shot, glad to see that the D100 is still working out for you
Any word on the studio, any further developments since I last read about it?
Another great shot from the master. I especially love the light reflected in his iris (eyeball). One of Bubba's relatives?? *snicker*
Sandy, How can you tell, by the slightly glazed over look? LOL
Ahhh some local georgia wildlife. Nice shot and lighting Jarrell, good to see you're posting.
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