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Discussion in 'Other Animals' started by Randy, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. eng45ine


    May 11, 2005
    Chicago, IL
    Wow, nice shot Randy. It makes you wonder what's going on within that brain.
  2. thx Frank....i suspect they know alot more than we give them credit for
  3. senna


    Jan 6, 2007
    San Jose Ca.
    Randy that is a awsome photograph. :cool: 
  4. gadgetguy11


    Nov 16, 2005
    Great image, Randy!!

    I've captured literally hundreds of images of these characters, but NONE with this perspective. This is EXCELLENT!!
  5. Love it! He could also be in "deep thinking" I love it! Great capture for sure!
  6. Randy, you have found my missing brother!:tongue:

    Nice shot! A trip to the local Atlanta zoo is planned this weekend. I will be tagging along with my little 22 month old grandson and his parents. I would be pleased to capture a image of this caliber.

    I can't match your 500mm reach but I do have a 300mm f4 afs and a 70-200afs vr.
    Which lens can you reccommend for the visit?
  7. jeremyInMT

    jeremyInMT Guest

    That's a great shot, Randy. Crystal clear and I love the pose. It's "The Thinker"...hehe

  8. thx Darrel
    this shot was w/ the sigm bigma, since sold...maybe the best shot i ever got out of that lens

    i would take the 300/4 over the 70-200 but my preferred lens is the 80-400vr
  9. thx Jeremy
  10. Excellent capture Randy. Shows a brain at work for sure. thanks for sharing.

  11. thx Lil

    best pic i ever snapped w/ the bigma
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