some from todays light

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  1. Raymond J Barlow

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    spent most of the time wait for some take offs, but not much to be had., here are a few...

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    The tags are part of a conservation/relocation study.

    Thanks for looking!
     
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    #5's detail in the water droplets are amazing. Again, I like the flight photo (#7) too. :thumbup:
     
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    i can not believe the detail in #5 :hail: :hail: :hail: :hail: :hail:
     
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    Thanks you 2, appreciate your stopping by here!! that shot (#5) is full frame... uncropped, 400mm w 1.4x converter. Actually, they all are shot with the converter at 400mm. Thanks again!
     
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    i wish i had one!
     
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    here is one last one for Airic.. I think we will do better then this this weekend, I am just hoping for some good light.

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    Wow, these are really terrific! The detail is amazing. I really like number 2. And as Calliope and JonMikal said, the detail in 5 is amazing! great shots.
     
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    Very cool Ray. I plan to head down to see the Swans tomorrow and maybe do some industrial work. I plan to take my dad out as I have not taken him for a drive in a long time and he will enjoy shooting the Swans.

    Eric
     
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    Wow....great job Ray! You sure have a knack for shooting those birds!! : )
     
  10. Raymond J Barlow

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    Thanks everyone,

    cool Airic, we will see you there.. they are calling for a nice sunny day!
     
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    Very cool shots Ray. I see you like your converter.
     
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    Thanks Peter, yes, I am very happy with it.. I know Tamron makes a 2x, but I also hear about a 1.7 X that I would like to try., not sure who makes it.

    Wish I had money for a 500 Prime!

    Looking for a used D70 right now.
     

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