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Neighbor's turkey
Lens: 135 Camera: K200D Photo Location: Croatia ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/90s Aperture: F2.8 
Posted By: riba, 04-08-2010, 05:12 PM

The Sun was on the "wrong side", but I could not resist not to photograph one of the beauties.

1/100, f3,2, 135 mm


1/100, f2,8, 70 mm

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Very nice photos. I love the bokeh in the first one. Although I think it's just because of the feathers, it almost looks like it's swirling. That looks neat though. Gobble Gobble!
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where's the cranberries and stuffing ?? love these birds.... dave m
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Some great shots of one very big turkey, as jst mentioned the bokeh on the first is wonderful with all the swirls and colors in the background.

Nice job,
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You certainly got a perfect shot of this turkey...now I'm all for carving it
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Thank you all for the comments. Turkey is very big and aggressive. I took photo over ~1.8 m wire fence.
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A turkey is also possibly the stupidest animal alive.

And darned odd looking!
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QuoteOriginally posted by rparmar Quote
A turkey is also possibly the stupidest animal alive.
I agree, especially this big turkey.

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Well it certainly won't win any modeling contests with this photo but it's a good shot. They're so ugly...yet they taste so wonderful
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yummy...is it thanksgiving yet???
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