some flights and an owl

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  1. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    Out with Canoncan this weekend, having fun shooting some ducks!!

    1 Male Long Tail
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    2 Male Red Head
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    3 Male Pintail
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    4 Male Mallard
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    5 Female and Male Pintails
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    and an Long-eared Owl on Tuesday...

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    7 Hand held at 1/15 of a second

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    thanks for looking!!
     
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    Amazing, as usual. I love the colors of the mallard in #4.
     
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    Wow.


    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Absolutely stunning!
     
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    Wow! Absolutely stunning! What kind of lens do you have? It must have a big zoom.

    (I can't help mentioning that you said "shooting ducks." very funny, whether or not it was intentional, I love it)
     
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    Awesome as usual. You show a lot of patience. Must learn a lot from you other than photography.
     
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    great shots, ray! i love the owls pics... and #3 makes me laugh - looks like he's being shot out of a cannon. I also love #5, perfect symmetry for comparing the male/female of the species... :thumbup:
     
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    Phenomenal shots! I'm partial to owls, and the shots of the long eared owl are wonderful...the composition in that first one, wow! [That's not to say I don't like the duck shots...they're incredibly detailed, crisp and well composed too.]
     
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    Very very nice. Yeah, what lense?
     
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    Great owls pictures! Looks like they posed especially for you :)
     
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    WOW !.. how do you manage to take such good in air photos ?
     
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    My fave is #5.
     
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    superb
     

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