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 Post subject: Some locals.......
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2008 12:55 am 
The light was not good, but my results are fair. A brighter day would have been better, but I had the time so...... all shot using the Nikon 18-200mm

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ISO 320 160 @ 5.6 Shot through glass with overhead lighting
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HaHaHa!! I love #2 with the giraffe's bored and lethargic expression :D Very funny !

And the others are nice as well IMO. Sure a sun in the sky could have helped you include some light and play with it but the animals came out well nonetheless. It's also nice that each animal has a unique expression :)

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Awesome! I really like the expressions that you've captured.

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Wonderful!!! I have looked at these several times, and I really can't decide which one I like best, tho I am in awe of the monkey and that perfect hair.....eggggggselennnnt work...I kinda like the first giraffe, tho, love the patterns, and the eye.



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....... thanks patti, Grahamnp & Andy.....

I want to go back soon with a longer lens to get some tighter shots..... need a bright day for that one


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Wow nice pictures. The second shot of Mr.Giraffe is great!
Mr.Giraffe:I told you i don't like pictures of me. I can think of many captions for that picture!


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Heh...very cute pics!!!

Animals are great subjects for pictures. I especially like the second one as well :-)

Thanks for sharing BigPix!

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just checkin back in and that little otter...I couldn't think of who he reminded me of...but, he looks alot like Smeagle.
My precious.


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haha these are cool
great job :D


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is this the 18-200mm with or without VR?


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Great set Big Pix, keep them coming.

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very good :shock: and funny pics

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I loved looking at these again, wasp...and welcome to the Camera Labs, I see this was your very first post! hope you will join us in posting our "daily lives", our "lucky shots", and our spectacular shots.. maybe you'll find a duck or two for da Duck o'the Day thread, and work on the "on Assignment", too..so much to do, now that you are here! Go get your camera, and come on...

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