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A couple photos from Yellowstone. C&C welcome, since I hope to get better at this. Thanks for looking!

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Post #1, Feb 18, 2012 07:17:54


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Excellent pictures of both animals in velvet. I really like the lighting in the muley shot. Well done!!

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Great shots, really nothing I would change, except maybe lightly bump sharpness up on the Mulie.

Great colors as well!

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