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Posted By: wildman, 11-22-2012, 03:11 AM

Old shot of when these guys wandered through my backyard.

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11-22-2012, 04:29 AM   #2
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Happy Thanksgiving to you as well wildman! Those are some nice looking ladies, mine is in the oven. Was this taken with your 600mm? I couldn't tell from the Exif data.
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And to all a good night!......Ooops! That for the next one!

Claim jumped on Bob's thread, so I'll be polite a leave yours alone. Great looking hens. Different colors than what we have around here! Great photo!
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On behalf of turkeys all over the world, I thank you for your greeting.

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I suspect these Turkey's are especially thankful to be roaming instead of basting. Happy Thanksgiving to all our US patrons.
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Happy turkey day and if I don't get mine in the oven soon we won't be celebrating until next year. Great looking girls wildman.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Schmidlapper Quote
Was this taken with your 600mm?
Nope.
Taken with a Chinese made 500mm F/5 2 element Fraunhofer achromat. It cost about 100 bucks new. This lens design is almost 200 years old.
Compare that to the modern Sigma 500mm 4.5 with 12 elements.
So the only glass between the bird and your sensor in this shot is two elements one of crown and one of flint glass.
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