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Old 04-10-2016, 02:46 PM
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I started out 31 years ago with a Cannon T-50,the first roll of film developed I knew I had something..the eye.I used film until 2011 when I picked up a digital

and never went back.I find it incredible what you can do with one and Windows photo gallery.


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Old 04-10-2016, 02:50 PM
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Nice shots! I used to shoot birds for about a year or so, really got into it with what I could afford. Had some good pics here and there. Since having kids have had to narrow down my free time activities to metal detecting and cycling.

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Very nice pics, thanks for sharing!

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Awesome picture of the moon

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Nice shots , I love pics of Eagles and Hawks .

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Old 04-11-2016, 09:01 AM
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Nice shots , I love pics of Eagles and Hawks .
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:08 AM
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Great camera work , congrats
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Old 04-11-2016, 09:53 AM
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I'll try 1 more upload,heh..had to size it.
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Old 04-11-2016, 10:15 AM
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Here's a few more,gotta do something till the weather breaks to go MDin.

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More nice shots . I just like how the Hawks and Eagles always seem to be standing so straight and tall , confident , like the king of the hill . Majestic animals . Thank you .

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Originally Posted by hawgdawg View post
More nice shots . I just like how the Hawks and Eagles always seem to be standing so straight and tall , confident , like the king of the hill . Majestic animals . Thank you .
Yes indeed...they are such Majestic birds,I'll be going out in a bit to where that eagle is to see if I can get some more shots.

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Very nice pictures. Took me a second or two on the "one" you threw in on the last group. Well done!

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Old 04-12-2016, 09:17 AM
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No luck with the Eagle so here are some others.

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Great photos!

Is that picture above the goldfinch a view from the Grand St. Lucian? Sure looks a lot like the view from my room when I was on my honeymoon.

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Great photos!

Is that picture above the goldfinch a view from the Grand St. Lucian? Sure looks a lot like the view from my room when I was on my honeymoon.
That was Sandals in Negril Jamaica,that was the blue I woke up to at 3 am from the moon out our balcony.My Wife took me there for our 25TH for two weeks..man what a vacation!

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What kind of a lens are you using. The one on my camera is great for close-ups but I need something else for distance.

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What kind of a lens are you using. The one on my camera is great for close-ups but I need something else for distance.
I use a Nikon P-520.

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I don't know that much about cameras. I have a Cannon Digital Rebel XTi that I bought at a pawn shop. The instructions were in Spanish. It takes great pictures. Sometimes i can't make out a detail on something but it shows up on a picture. I don't think it's that great for distance shots though.

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