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Oct 04, 2017 13:44 |  #18391

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Now the Foxes are a completely different experience. there is no fear factor.. No... will this animal tear my limbs off... Fun like no other but the hight of adrenalin is just not the same, although I've seen people loose their faculties thats for sure.

I'm not sure how many faculties I have left to offer for that kind of experience! I guess the answer would depend on whom you ask.....
I can certainly understand why some people would go slightly nuts over that opportunity. Animals are amazing and can teach us a lot. I enjoy getting out and finding them when I can - and enjoying nature even when I can't!



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Oct 04, 2017 13:55 |  #18392

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I'm not sure how many faculties I have left to offer for that kind of experience! I guess the answer would depend on whom you ask.....
I can certainly understand why some people would go slightly nuts over that opportunity. Animals are amazing and can teach us a lot. I enjoy getting out and finding them when I can - and enjoying nature even when I can't!

well I assure you, you have ton's.. Its funny to watch people, some just cant stop their feet from moving, dipping diving, up , down this side and that, trying to get the perfect shot and honestly all you have to do is sit down on eye level and watch through your camera. The entire story will unfold and you can snap away to your hearts content without spooking anyone. I have many a shot yet unexplored on my ext drives, I keep everything


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Oct 04, 2017 16:32 as a reply to  @ post 18465853 |  #18393

Oh my, my, my. Don't remember ever noticing the flicker link in your posts. Might explain why I never see anything when I go out with the camera. Going there now to have a look. Got great expectations but I know you will not disappoint.

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Oct 04, 2017 16:36 |  #18394

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Oh my, my, my. Don't remember ever noticing the flicker link in your posts. Might explain why I never see anything when I go out with the camera. Going there now to have a look. Got great expectations but I know you will not disappoint.

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lol you funny Rod lol ... just a bunch of snaps


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Oct 04, 2017 17:51 |  #18395

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well I assure you, you have ton's.. Its funny to watch people, some just cant stop their feet from moving, dipping diving, up , down this side and that, trying to get the perfect shot and honestly all you have to do is sit down on eye level and watch through your camera. The entire story will unfold and you can snap away to your hearts content without spooking anyone. I have many a shot yet unexplored on my ext drives, I keep everything
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Great advice! I create my best images when I let nature be nature. Not following animals, not trying to find them. When I know an area has an animal I want to see, being still is the best option. I find a spot and just relax. I think they can tell if I'm too tense or anxious. Sometimes I just talk to them. Funny how often I get more views that way...



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Oct 04, 2017 20:56 |  #18396

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In real life Jack they stop at Insane lol. Luck is something we all make for ourselves. Don't forget about the critter magnet... its still working fine. The best part is I have 3 4T ext drives full of foxes hooked up to the mac so I can process foxes till the cows come home. This female is a story and a half.. I most start a book in her honour
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Wow! That's just took my breath away!


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Oct 04, 2017 21:03 |  #18397

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Wow! That's just took my breath away!

lol ...Thanks for that Jack. She is a real looker. One animal I will never forget. I have not seen her since the end of winter.


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Oct 04, 2017 23:43 |  #18398

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it now has scrapes right down through the paint and some of the metal. kinda embarrassing really. but its all I have. Thanks for showing off my flickr , the honour makes the paint seem trivial.

I have seen the state of some pros cameras, they usually end up looking beat up but still performing fine, I think the 7D series are very tough cameras, my first 7D was really beat up and I still got some money for it when I sold it to upgrade to mark 2. Im pretty happy with 7DII, much as Id like the 1D series camera, it would mean having to get even closer and that is often pretty hard along with the physical issue I have with my foot at present. so for wildlife the 7DII does a pretty good job :-)


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Oct 04, 2017 23:48 |  #18399

Well not as pretty as the foxes and wolves but its wild


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Oct 04, 2017 23:59 |  #18400

baby Emus are cute, then they grow up :-)

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Oct 05, 2017 22:35 |  #18401

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Nice shot.
My first thought when looking at it was of some of the paintings from one of the Group Of Seven artist.
Is this the Georgian Bay area?




  
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Oct 06, 2017 00:36 |  #18402

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Nice shot.
My first thought when looking at it was of some of the paintings from one of the Group Of Seven artist.
Is this the Georgian Bay area?

Yes it is.. incredible granite shores.


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Oct 06, 2017 00:40 |  #18403

Looks like eastern Manitoba


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Oct 06, 2017 08:40 |  #18404

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Looks like eastern Manitoba

Would love to see Manitoba someday... This is near my home in Ontario.


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Oct 06, 2017 10:59 |  #18405

I dont' know which bird is this. Lane Cove national park in Sydney.


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