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A trip to the duck pond
Lens: DA 300* Camera: K3 Photo Location: Tx ISO: 200 
Posted By: r0ckstarr, 12-18-2014, 08:15 AM









This nutria didn't like me being near. If I got too close, he'd take a few steps towards me with its head down to scare me away. It worked.


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Wonderful details in these. I love the hair "feather" do in the first one.
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Great pictures! You are to be congratulated!
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Great sharp shots. Looks like you got a nice example of the DA 300*. I have only the DA55-300 to get that kind of range and I don't think I get quite the same level of sharpness/contrast/color that you do. Keep posting!

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Great sharp shots. Looks like you got a nice example of the DA 300*. I have only the DA55-300 to get that kind of range and I don't think I get quite the same level of sharpness/contrast/color that you do. Keep posting!
Thank you.
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Good to see someone else crawls along on the ground to get an angle.
Nice series.
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Good to see someone else crawls along on the ground to get an angle.
Nice series.
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Thank you. There's a lot of ducks that live there, and that means that there are a lot of land mines to watch out for as well.
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there are a lot of land mines to watch out for as well.


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