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  1. #15901
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    I love your feathers shot and the clever anecdote
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  2. #15902
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    That's one ugly bird, Falconest174.

    K1W1. Nice flower shot there. Great details and colours.
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  3. #15903
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    Just for a chuckle I thought I would post this shot from a session on Sat.
    Caption:
    "I just washed my feathers and can't do a thing with them."
    Or... "You don't like my new punk-doo?" Great shot as always.
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  4. #15904
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    D70FAN;
    Thanx guy, your caption works as well, I hadn't thought of that route.
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  5. #15905
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    A Picture of a Bumble Bee (Pima Air Museum). At one time, the worlds smallest flying aircraft.

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    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
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  6. #15906
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    The don't have enuf money to get me in that thing!
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  7. #15907
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    The don't have enuf money to get me in that thing!
    My thoughts exactly. Looks like they had to chop the wings off to get it through the door. Reminds me of one of those cars that convert into a plane (for real!). Fun shot though
    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

  8. #15908
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    If you are ever in Tucson, the Pima Air Museum is the place to go. I will return some day with my tripod...
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  9. #15909
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    A Patch of Blue

    I am kicking myself for not taking my photo vest with me when I went out to eat yesterday. missed some wide angle shots of this After-the-storm sunset. racked the 70-300 all the way down and did get a bunch of shots of the light streaming through the cloud formations. Some spectacular stuff I just was unable to get without the wide-angle lens.
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  10. #15910
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    Sunset take 2

    This time I did have my wide angle with me and shot nearly a hundred shots of this spectacular post-storm sunset. I did several multi-exposure sweeps and am now looking for a panorama program to stitch them together, any ideas guys? Free is best, of course.
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