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Old 29th of February 2012 (Wed)   #1
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Old 29th of February 2012 (Wed)   #2
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beautiful, really like the last shot
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Old 29th of February 2012 (Wed)   #3
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They are all fabulous shots. What a great looking lizard.

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Wonderful captures
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Very nice shots...great looking lizard.
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Wonderful work. I love the last peek-a-boo shot
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Wonderful work. I love the last peek-a-boo shot
thanks, that seems to be my favorite
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Great captures, all of them, but I like the pose in #3.
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neat series, Gary
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Beautiful shots, Gary. Can you share your settings and techniques? Are you using a tripod or handheld?
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Beautiful shots, Gary. Can you share your settings and techniques? Are you using a tripod or handheld?
ISO 400, 1/200th second on TV, f-stops ranging from 3.5-5. I use a tripod most of the time, but these may have been handheld. Oh, and some patience.
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