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Old 04-14-2016, 09:34 PM
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Nice shots.
I have an old Nikon and several zoom lenses I use at my daughters softball and the other ones basketball games

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Great photos! Thanks for sharing.
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My job puts me on rooftops in the city. I take my IPad with me most of the time. Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
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Bought my Pentax Super Program sometime in the mid-1980's. Still have it. Spent hours and hours and hours developing my own film and prints. Spent a short time shooting for my campus newspaper. To this day one of my favorite pics is a mid-air shot of a runningback crossing the goal line as the ref is signaling a touchdown.
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that is until said runningback and a defender DRILLED me after the touchdown. Took my legs right out from under me.

Still a good pic. Pretty sure it's in my parent's attic somewhere.

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Old 05-15-2016, 10:27 AM
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A few more.

Video of those snappers mating.

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Some from today.

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A few new ones.

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Great shots! The one with the water droplets on the spider web is just awesome!

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There's some really good work going on here! I have been into photography since I got my first Yashica camera back in 1966. I have a ton of film shots that are still just printed pictures, using the Yashica, a Mamiya Sekor 1000, a Canon AE1 and then a digital with a whopping 1 MP resolution! I currently use a Nikon 5700 5 MP and want a better camera but Metal Detecting has taken precedence over Photo gear...

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Birds never cooperate with me when it comes to photography. I have given up trying to take pictures of them. They always seem to take off just before I release the shutter.

Love the pics!

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Originally Posted by robby4570 View post
There's some really good work going on here! I have been into photography since I got my first Yashica camera back in 1966. I have a ton of film shots that are still just printed pictures, using the Yashica, a Mamiya Sekor 1000, a Canon AE1 and then a digital with a whopping 1 MP resolution! I currently use a Nikon 5700 5 MP and want a better camera but Metal Detecting has taken precedence over Photo gear...

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Those 2 prairie dogs are really cool.Since I picked up a digital my AE-1 sets in the closet.
This most likely will be my next digital https://www.amazon.com/Nikon-COOLPIX...s=photo&sr=1-3

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These are some really good pictures.

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A few more from around here.

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Great photos...

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