LLamas

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  1. Laser180481

    Laser180481 TPF Noob!

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    A local farm here has a couple of llamas (and one buffalo) out back so I though I'd take a drive out to see them today when the sun's rays were just poking through the clouds. I was having a little trouble with lens flare and haziness (caused mostly by a cheap UV filter I fitted this morning) but these ones came out okay I though. C&C welcomed, as always.

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  2. Ronman

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    There are some Llami near me but they never seem to be close enough to catch from the road. There is also an Ostrich nearby but he's gone like the wind if I even stop the car.

    I like #3 the best.....the white one looks like a large or X-large. Ron
     
  3. kundalini

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    I think you may be underexposing the animals.
     
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    what are the llamas looking at???

    the animals look underexposed specially on #2
     

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