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Catmendo

The Early Bird gets the Worm...

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First the still pose...

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Followed by the ear to the ground technique...

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...and breakfast is now served!!!

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That new lens is getting put to good use!

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nice!! we aren't seeing them here yet.

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Thanks all! Absolutely Dan, I'm having a ball with it, extremely hard on the wallet too! However you only live once and I have always lived life to the fullest...

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Thanks all! Absolutely Dan, I'm having a ball with it, extremely hard on the wallet too! However you only live once and I have always lived life to the fullest...

ok ok I'll bite,, whacha git Stu?? whacha git??? hhhhmmmmmm?? laugh what sort of gear are you using now?

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Sue, I'm not sure you want to know. This can become an obsession - an expensive obsession! grin

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Ken, you look so serious in your avatar... did Steve take that portrait?

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Yeah, he did. Might be looking for a new one soon, but the last shot of me included primarily my derierre as I was shooting a pic up a stream! grin

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Buzzy, just to set the record straight, I took way more pics of Ken smiling than I did of him looking like a cumulonimbus storm supercell ready to rain all over the land. gringrin

I mean, Ken's a really nice guy, but the pic he chose for his avatar looks like an IRS investigator about to pounce! shockedshocked

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Originally Posted By: Catmendo
Thanks all! Absolutely Dan, I'm having a ball with it, extremely hard on the wallet too! However you only live once and I have always lived life to the fullest...

ok ok I'll bite,, whacha git Stu?? whacha git??? hhhhmmmmmm?? laugh what sort of gear are you using now?

Ken hit it out of the park here Sue on both counts. Photography does become an obsession and in many cases a very exspensive one at that!

I shoot three Canon L series lenses, a 17-40, followed by a 70-200 f2.8 IS and my latest and by far my most exspensive investment a 500mm f4. For camera's I have an older 10D and last fall I purchased a 50D...

Like I said earlier, you only live once and I try to make the most out of life! wink

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