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Sep 27, 2020 19:52 |  #4066

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Nice shot! Those things are cool... and unpredictable!

Thank you Chris! They are cool. It amazes me that an animal with such large head and horns has such skinny legs and can climb like a monkey.

This one moved to a nicer background and proceeded to pee. It refused to pose and the light wasn't as favorable there though.


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Sep 28, 2020 08:29 |  #4067

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Thank you Chris! They are cool. It amazes me that an animal with such large head and horns has such skinny legs and can climb like a monkey.

This one moved to a nicer background and proceeded to pee. It refused to pose and the light wasn't as favorable there though.

Yeah they are one of the few animals that I've always kept a distance from, not that they always let you get close, but like you've mentioned, they'll go from standing there contemplating life, to fighting eachother then darting up a mountainside without warning. Probably need sunrise lighting or low angle lighting for anything flattering. If you're ever in Vegas, there's a state park, valley of fire that's got a bunch of them running around and allows for sunrise lighting with good back rounds of 'em.




  
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Oct 06, 2020 11:25 as a reply to  @ markesc's post |  #4070

Great shots, Chris!


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Oct 06, 2020 11:34 |  #4071

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Chris, clearly you don’t need a new camera. ;-)a




  
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Oct 06, 2020 20:13 |  #4072

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Chris, clearly you don’t need a new camera. ;-)a

Hey we can always do better!!! 90% of this is how you approach/patience




  
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Oct 11, 2020 21:22 |  #4076

Saw this Copperhead and Bluegill today. Almost 100% crop.


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Oct 12, 2020 08:22 |  #4077

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Saw this Copperhead and Red Eared Sunfish today. Almost 100% crop.

Wow! Nice catch!




  
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Wow! Nice catch!

Thank you, Chris! I was following a Green Heron as it stalked a fish when I saw movement just out of the frame. Never seen anything like it. Really happy to have gotten the sequence.


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Nice timing and that unique orientation works well for this.


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