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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"

 
Maureen ­ Souza
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Jun 24, 2019 14:14 |  #976

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Life is hard...but I just take it one photograph at a time.

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Jun 27, 2019 15:12 |  #977

A Montana bison.:-)


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Jun 29, 2019 10:17 as a reply to  @ Maureen Souza's post |  #978

Maureen how did you get SO close...amazing fieldcraft WOW !!

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Jul 01, 2019 01:01 |  #979

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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU" a frustrated one, not liking this lens on either my 7DII or 5DIII, Ive mocro adjuted to both cameras. It still is not a very good hit rate and is soft...Grebes on local lake

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The trick with that lens I found was to shoot at f8 and just nudge the zoom back a slight amount and then it is sharp enough,good light helps too.


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Jul 01, 2019 10:22 |  #980

What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"...probably one with no sense. I've never been in a situation where I was scared, but I've been in several where I should be scared!


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Jul 01, 2019 10:51 |  #981

JBillings wrote in post #18886726 (external link)
What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"...probably one with no sense. I've never been in a situation where I was scared, but I've been in several where I should be scared!
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Excellent photograph!!!!!!!!


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Jul 01, 2019 15:29 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #982

Thanks!


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Jul 01, 2019 16:43 |  #983

JBillings wrote in post #18886726 (external link)
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Jul 01, 2019 21:27 |  #984

JBillings wrote in post #18886726 (external link)
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Jul 01, 2019 21:36 as a reply to  @ Sounds's post |  #985

I sat quietly & patiently waiting as there were 4 of them hiding in the bushes.


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Jul 05, 2019 17:11 |  #986

Took the day off to go birding today So I was walking down this heavily over grown path hoping to get a photo of a Sedge Wren. I am looking into this bushy area near the path and thinking “it seems a bit of a strange place to keep cattle here ...very over grown “. Then the cows ambled away from me quite fast, not waiting for a portrait shot...


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Jul 28, 2019 14:00 |  #987

A pika. Pretty exciting to find one much less be able to photograph it.:-)

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Aug 08, 2019 15:44 as a reply to  @ KT29's post |  #988

Terry that above is fabulous I've got him or her sharp as a pin and their whole world OOF with your hard working friend surveying. that's a lovely bit of work you should be well (here ya go english slang)...... chuffed ( stoked, made up , proud even ,thrilled ).
great work kiddo so cool

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Aug 08, 2019 16:03 |  #989

No bacon suit but i'll openly declare two pocketfuls of home grown grated organic carrots. :lol:

Folks don't do this..... baby hares go into attack mode when the smell carrots . it's extremely dangerous.............​.. shutter noise and curiosity are more than enough:oops:

Ok you might not have got that but those ears made ya smile right??;-)a

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Seriously no bait used just a certain irony in trying to have our dinner at the back of a van and making hare images,sure I put the gear on to get to this one but big fella just before was so curious I had to put dinner down to make pics. . Animals can be so unpredictable.


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they are the best ears 8-)


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Aug 08, 2019 22:17 |  #990

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No bacon suit but i'll openly declare two pocketfuls of home grown grated organic carrots. :lol:

Folks don't do this..... baby hares go into attack mode when the smell carrots . it's extremely dangerous.............​.. shutter noise and curiosity are more than enough:oops:

Ok you might not have got that but those ears made ya smile right??;-)a

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Seriously no bait used just a certain irony in trying to have our dinner at the back of a van and making hare images,sure I put the gear on to get to this one but big fella just before was so curious I had to put dinner down to make pics. . Animals can be so unpredictable.


cheers for looking hope you are smiling

they are the best ears 8-)


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Great shot Stu!!!


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