The Great Migration.

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  1. Markw

    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Okay, so theyre not so great..and its not really even a migration, but I thought I would post some photos I got this morning of some Canadian Geese I shot this morning. I hope you enjoy. As always, C&C is always appreciated if you do so feel linclined.

    Nikon D90
    Nikon 80-200mm F/2.8D ED IF lens:
    135mm
    F/6.3
    1/4000s
    ISO320

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    Mark
     
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    Nice silhouettes!!
     
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    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks. I was really lucky to have gotten these guys. This is how it went:

    "Look!"
    *fling completely around, 80-200 in hand*
    *point directly at the sun and get blinded completely*
    "@#$$^$%^##@$"
    *Press the shutter*

    And this is what came out. Very lovely and lucky to have gotten it blinded and off-guard. Honestly, thats the only reason I posted it..but I forgot to post the story :lol: Too bad it wasnt zoomed past 135mm..

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