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Aug 28, 2010 14:35 |  #1

These are shots of a young cow moose from a couple weekends ago - on the Greys River, Wyomin'.

Shot her 230 times and she never even flinched! ;) And, as far as I know, she's still up there munchin' on moss.

These are the four, from the 230, that I like the most - EXIF data present.

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Aug 28, 2010 18:43 |  #2

beautiful! i love moose.so nice and sharp.


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Aug 28, 2010 19:51 |  #3

nice series




  
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Aug 29, 2010 09:19 |  #4

Real nice series. I like #3 best.

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Aug 29, 2010 09:49 |  #5

Thanks for the comments, much appreciated.


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Aug 29, 2010 10:04 as a reply to  @ GJim's post |  #6

very nice! I see you were shooting 300mm glass, but which lens?


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Aug 29, 2010 11:43 |  #7

Allin:

Shooting a 15-year-old 75-300mm IS ... thanks for asking.


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Aug 29, 2010 11:57 |  #8

Nice shots. I prefer hunting with my canon, too. I get to shoot the same animal more than once.


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Aug 29, 2010 15:18 |  #9

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All shots done with Canon SX10
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Aug 29, 2010 16:58 |  #10

very nice set




  
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Aug 30, 2010 04:49 |  #11

Nice sharp shots.
Copied your Exif GPS Coordinates to Google Maps; Interesting to see where a shot is taken, Bridger National Forest.

Thanks for sharing.

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Aug 30, 2010 05:52 |  #12

Not a big calibre to be shooting moose with...you must be good at stalking! Well done.


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Aug 30, 2010 09:29 |  #13

Nice set.

#1 is pretty interesting with the bubbles.




  
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Sep 01, 2010 07:04 |  #14

Ricardo222 wrote in post #10815172 (external link)
Not a big calibre to be shooting moose with...you must be good at stalking! Well done.

I would love to take credit for 'stalking' her .... but, the truth is that I was sitting in my Jeep. She was just feeding right near the road ... no more than 50 yards away. I did shoot 230 frames of her. She never did seem to be nervous, and I didn't try to approach any closer.

These were all hand-held, with the IS turned on.

Thanks to all for the comments.


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Sep 01, 2010 12:58 |  #15

Advantages of shooting with a Canon??? Well you can't fire a Nikon (other than maybe blanks)!


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