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Yellowstone/Tetons Sampler

Discussion in 'Other Animals' started by DW Brewer, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. DW Brewer

    DW Brewer Guest

    Just got back from the annual Yellowstone/Tetons trip. Havent had much time to check images; got to catch up on other items, including some storm damage from Ike (even here in southern Illinois). Here are a few "down and dirty" images. Sorry about the smaller size, but I'm dealing with yet another case of image theft...

    NIKON D2X    ---    600mm    f/5.6    1/1000s    ISO 200

    NIKON D2X    ---    550mm    f/5.6    1/500s    ISO 200

    NIKON D2X    ---    300mm    f/2.8    1/4000s    ISO 200

    NIKON D2X    ---    300mm    f/2.8    1/4000s    ISO 200

    NIKON D2X    ---    600mm    f/5.6    1/80s    ISO 400
  2. WOW! Love the 1st coyote leaping, great action capture. The wading elk is great, too.

    Dammitol (my universal cure), stealing pics is just too sleasy. My son-in-law just went through that with someone swiping his and claiming then as part of HIS trip. Fortunately, S-I-L knows a lot about computers and hacked the other site with a popup and link to the originals. They came down quickly. Wish I knew how he did it . . .
  3. Misled


    Oct 9, 2007
    Pittsburgh Pa
    X2, that's a one in a million shot!!!!!
  4. A beautiful set, but the coyote jump and the moose in the water are terrific shots.
  5. latazyo


    Apr 23, 2008
    elk in the water, louis

    I agree about the coyote and the elk
  6. GENE'O


    Oct 12, 2007
    southwest Idaho
    Very nice shots but I sure like the jumping coyotes. There very hard to come by, great pictures. Gene'o
  7. The elk and moose have impressive antlers! But the coyote is my fav. :smile:
  8. Another vote for the coyote. I can't even imagine how you got a shot like that. The only coyotes I see are running across the field as fast as they can, periodically looking over their shoulder. :smile:

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