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Lens: DA 18-135 and DA* 60-250 Camera: K_3 Photo Location: Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada ISO: 200 Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: normhead, 03-08-2015, 05:57 PM

From a walk in Algonquin Park, Mew Lake- the old airfield.

K-3, DA 18-1325 except for the Pine Martim, DA*60-250, 200 ISO, ƒ5.6

The Madawaska river...


A Chickadee


Another Chickadee


Pine martin in a pine tree


The old airfield

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Norm, I think your landscape shots are where you excel as there is always something striking about the composition. The pine martin is cute too.
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Norm, I think your landscape shots are where you excel as there is always something striking about the composition. The pine martin is cute too.
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I'm thinking I might go back and try a better image of the Pine Martin, I saw a pair together yesterday, but couldn't swing the camera round fast enough to get an image.
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So beuty full pics

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Excellent....as usual! I love that little critter! Does he eat squirrels...or do squirrels eat them?

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Excellent....as usual! I love that little critter! Does he eat squirrels...or do squirrels eat them?

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They eat squirrels, but I think they prefer a little smaller like chipmunks.
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but I think they prefer a little smaller like chipmunks.
Are you insinuating that my squirrels are fat?

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Are you insinuating that my squirrels are fat?

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Oh course not, I live in terror of the squirrel army. I was insinuating chipmunks are skinny.

Probably like all men, I've learned how to answer this question, if we hadn't we'd no longer be contributing to the gene pool.
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Oh course not, I live in terror of the squirrel army. I was insinuating chipmunks are skinny
No wonder you are Otis' favorite shooter here!

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