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Im new on here but i have enjoyed everyone's pictures. Ill post a few up that i took so far this month and will continue adding to it.. Hope you enjoy.. I have a Nikon D90 with several lenes.

Some of these were taken with a point and shoot but this thread inspired me to use the D90 from here on out..

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Those are good images, RU. I especially like the first one. Great mood there. Thanks for joining in. Glad to have you as part of the photo sharing family. smilesmile

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Cool pic's! Now tell me, were the trout cooperating? I have found that trout sometimes feed aggressively in severe weather conditions like this.

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I really like that first shot - great angle from low to the water. I can just feel (or more correctly NOT feel) my fingers from this photo! grin

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Brrrr! Nice pics, though. But are you sure you want to take your D90 in those elements? Yikes. Pretty soon you'll be fishing for the D90. I here they're partial to minnows.

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Thanx guys........ I was looking at everyone's pic's on here and it jump started something in me to start using my D90 more... I have a Tokina AT-X 80-400mm that i havent used much but i have it mounted on a tri-pod right now over looking my feeders.. We will see how it work soon.. Ill be asking you guys alot of advice in the near future..

Zeke

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Cool pic's! Now tell me, were the trout cooperating? I have found that trout sometimes feed aggressively in severe weather conditions like this.

Nope 2 fallfish is all i got that day..

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#2 just shouts determination to me. Reminds me of the best mallard hunt that I ever had. Great picture thanks for sharing. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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Green leaves!!!!! I love winter, but I think we all needed this last one right now. Pretty reflection, and the boat and dock really add something to the scene.

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Green leaves!!!!! I love winter, but I think we all needed this last one right now. Pretty reflection, and the boat and dock really add something to the scene.

I know I know its winter but it has been snowing and blowing for the past 3 days now... I really wanna get out and take some pic's but not in this stuff... I was just going back through some of my spring and summer pic's and decided to add them.. Plus i just bought the Corel Paint shop pro photox2 program and was messing with it a little... I had a free 30 subscription to Nikon's Capture NX but it ran out ... I think ill purchase it as the Corel wont do Raw images mad at least not from my camera... Was wondering what program do most people on here use..

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