Tigers v Mariners game 3

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Hey,

Well the Detroit Tigers just lost their 4th game in 5 by a 2-1 score, yuck.

1 - Christmas in July game takes hold with the home plate umpire!
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2 - ICHIRO!!
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3 - Jarrod Washburn pitches a nice gem.
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4 - Ryan Langerhans takes one off of, the hands... OUCH!
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5 - Ichiro dives back safely into first.
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6 - Marcus Thames can't believe he was punched out on a called third strike.
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7 - Turning the double play
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8 - Brandon Inge, rounding third, HARD, to score on a triple.
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9 - A high popup right over home plate in the 9th.
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Steve - #5 and #9 are my favorates. Great shots! But where are the squirrels???? I miss the little guys. :tongue:
 
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Great shots Steve! must say #9 has to be my favorite!

Thanks, I really like that one too since a catcher in that position is always so exposed and interesting!

Leave it to Seattle to ruin Christmas for Detroit, love the 6 shot. Seems to me the D3 sensor likes the softer light, what say you?

I'm not too sure about that, since I still think it's all about technique and knowing your equipment. Since softer lighting like high clouds and nothing harsh makes the exposures simpler, I think that bright and harsh lighting are handled very well by the D3 since using either spot, center, or matrix metering are good tools to use for any lighting depending upon what you need. Since where your metering is based also makes a big difference, I will change my setup based upon what I shoot and the light given, yet I'm still learning what I can do with this amazing body.

suhweet Steve, like that dive back to first as you can see his face...

Yeah, sometimes it's good to be lucky!

Awesome as always Steve...I love the one of Inge rounding 3rd.

Inge is one of my faves, so thanks!!

Steve - #5 and #9 are my favorates. Great shots! But where are the squirrels???? I miss the little guys. :tongue:

Squirrels? We got all of them out of the park, since after my game with them trapped in the photo well we haven't seen them during a game. Yeah, call me the Squirrel hater, those little pests aren't in the CoPa any longer! HA!! :tongue:
 

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