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09-23-2021, 09:27 AM   #2866
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I have done this sometimes with the M40/2.8. Fits in a pocket (well a coat pocket anyway). Do Pelicans need a rest room? Maybe after a long flight I guess. Otherwise a relaxed scene.
Thanks I haven't used the 50/2 in quite a while and had forgotten how small it is - not as petite as the M40, though!

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I think you could put them in jars, like cucumbers. If you should do so, let us see a picture of your stuffed shelf then
Ok ,
Can you imagine that people before supermarkets ,
Would grow their own food , enough to last a year …

Seems almost impossible to me .

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At least they are still there. Our tomatoes are consumed by King Parrots. Make great subjects for the lens though.



Short answer, yes (well not my dog though), long answer - The dog will have been sitting in that white "box" behind the jump in the photo. The dog's owner, some distance away, at the other end of the ring gave a command by hand (no voice) to direct the dog to come to them via either the bar jump (pictured above) or a solid jump as below (same camera, same lens, same trial, different puppy)
I always admire people that get their dogs to do things .
Mine would do opposite …. But still lovable …
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Great work with the jumping dog!

The 6 mpx SuperCCD Fujifilm FinePix S602 Zoom, photographed 2006/11.

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Mine would do opposite …. But still lovable …
The only jumping my Spaniels do is up onto chairs, lounges and beds

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The only jumping my Spaniels do is up onto chairs, lounges and beds
….chairs , lounges… and beds ….. oh my !

Your training secrets ?
09-24-2021, 03:54 AM   #2871
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….chairs , lounges… and beds ….. oh my !

Your training secrets ?
Easy. Don't train them not to!
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Taken in Ojibway Nature Park in Windsor Ontario using a *ist D S. September 2021.

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This was taken 2 years after major flooding had occurred in 2007. Water still persisted. And so did the Pelicans (Pelecanus conspicillatus). I guess it's one advantage of living on a property where the topography maps say "Subject to Inundation". *istD, Tamron SP 500mm f/8 mirror lens.

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My first posting.
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Easy. Don't train them not to!
The ‘Laissez Faire’ method … mine too … also known as the ‘ Heck with it ‘ approach … ?
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A nice '51 Ford pulling out just as I arrived...DA18-55 on *ist DS:
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K100d super, m 40/ 2.8 ( data says fifty , but’s the 40 ,
I love the 40, so under rated , but it’s not perfect so what … : )

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A nice '51 Ford pulling out just as I arrived...DA18-55 on *ist DS:
I think the fifties in America must have been glorious.
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I think the fifties in America must have been glorious.
Glory days indeed!
Congrats on the first pumpkin pic of the season !
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Across the road - *ist D with an old manual Sigma 28-84 zoom I haven't used in 10 yrs or so...
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