And the rest of the story.

This was really an actualll image. Shooting flying buzzards... Guess what. Dead miss. Usually going back through the images to delet some from car, I would have deleted it. But missed it some how.

So when I up loaded the card to the computer and did a review there it was. Well was going to delete it. But changed my mind and though I would have some fun with it.

Can you imagine it is perfect out of the camera. lolol

Shot with 80-400 VR TC 1.4 yet.

I think Jim Morrissey discribes it well.

In case you missed it. This is a riot. The last line says it all.

Thanks Jim and all who had some fun and a few laughs today.

What are the chances of 3 perfect images in one place at one time?

It reminds me of a fun puzzle told to me by a professor in college?

(1) Take a number between 1 and 10 (don't tell anyone what it is)

(2) Take that number and multiply it by 9

(3) If you get a 2 digit answer, add the two digits together. If you get a 1 digit answer, add 0.

(4) Taje that new number and subtract 5.

(5) Forget now about all of the numbers - except the one you now have.

(6) Every number has a letter that corresponds with it.

A is 1

b is 2

c is 3

d is 4

e is 5

f is 6

g is 7

etc. to z which is 26.

(7) Find the letter that corresponds with your number and forget all else.

( Pick the first country that pops in your head that corresponds with your letter.

(9) Take the second letter of that country - and pick the first animal that pops in your head.

(10) last, choose the first color that fits into your head.

Is it a Grey Elephant from Denmark?

You may ask what this has to do with these 3 perfect pictures. The answer is:

I am not really sure.