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Coyote on Frozen Lake

 
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Jan 29, 2010 14:42 |  #1

Found this guy crossing a large frozen lake. Seemed somewhat lonely out on the ice all by itself. It was quite a ways out there in the late afternoon, still took a good crop to get a decent looking composition where you could see it was a coyote. Handheld with a 400+1.4Tc on a 1DMKIII. Manual exposure ISO 800 1/160 @ f5. Nothing spectacular, it's just one of those odd things seen while out looking for critters.


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Jan 29, 2010 17:06 |  #2

very nice


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Jan 29, 2010 17:37 |  #3

Wow, to someone living in Australia, I think it's spectacular. Even the title of your thread sounds spectacular to me.




  
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Jan 30, 2010 06:56 |  #4

Love it. In fact I would frame it!!


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Jan 30, 2010 10:05 |  #5

Very nice


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Jan 30, 2010 12:45 |  #6

That's a fine image and does belong on the wall...well done!


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Jan 30, 2010 13:17 |  #7

I would have shot it then taken a picture of it, but thats just me...


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Jan 30, 2010 15:47 |  #8

Super Bee 950 wrote in post #9504957 (external link)
I would have shot it then taken a picture of it, but thats just me...

Is this really necessary?


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Jan 30, 2010 21:56 |  #9

Beautiful picture!!


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Jan 31, 2010 04:44 as a reply to  @ FPP's post |  #10

Superb shot, well done


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Jan 31, 2010 10:01 as a reply to  @ LordBrian's post |  #11

The scale of the coyote vs. the frozen lake is much like the scale of a photographer in the woods looking for something, anything, to take a picture of. This would make a fabulous medium/large format print.


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