first slr pics

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  1. bjfowle

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    I really like the bird in the second one. Do you have a closer lens?
     
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    I liked the last one the best. Keep 'em coming...
     
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    look at the first picture, the right bird, look at the beak. It looks like an eye and at the end a nose. Looks like a dog.
     
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    Nice shots, keep at it!
     
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    no i don't have a closer lense yet, all i have is the 28-90 that came with my camera
     
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    Nice pics. Is it a DSLR or film SLR?
     
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    colors look a little dull, but you can only get better from here.
     

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