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    My day 9 of 365



    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25ft-up View Post
    Day 8, He came running down the hill chasing a doe. Doe kept going, he didn't.



    Great looking yote 25! I also like the way you posed him to show respect! It looks like he is just sleeping and enjoying the warmth of the sun! Awesome work!

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    Here's my photo for today. Our little strawberry plants don't realize it's December!



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    Abandoned Farmstead.....



    And other zoom zooms........



    There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness".

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    There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness".

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    A December Rose in our yard:



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    Only pic I took today cannot be posted... yet, as the project is still unfinished...
    I hold these to be the two greatest human values ever: Firstly, unconditional and universal love of all beings, and then, the sense of humour, with love giving meaning to our lives, and the sense of humour giving us solace from love. Doris Lussier
    "Humanity has evolved - as far as it has evolved," continued the old priest " with no thanks to its predecessors or itself. Evolution brings human beings. Human beings, through a long and painful process, bring humanity." Endymion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scablands View Post

    LOL....Is it live or, Memorex?



    Looks a little confused.
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!


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    Day 10 of 365

    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Day 9...




    Thanks for your comments on the yote. I am a dog lover, but they have to go.

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    Very nice canyon wall.
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Was up playing around with the camera. I did this photo for another thread and it was after 1 am here. So, I will use it for my today's photo. It's not perfect but, it was just thrown together for fun


    Day 11 of 365

    Me, myself, and, I

    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Cool photo ASA!

    While I was outside this morning with my dog I spotted another photo Op. This rose was highlighted by our floodlight in the back yard. I ran inside and grabbed my camera to get the photo. It was taken at ISO 2,000 with a shutter speed of 1/30 th. of a second at F4.



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    Interesting pics. This thread is going to get good. 10 days , 355 to go.

    Couldn't hold the camera steady enough, without the tripod, to get the effect I was looking for. It's gonna have to do for today.






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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpawrichard View Post
    Cool photo ASA!

    While I was outside this morning with my dog I spotted another photo Op. This rose was highlighted by our floodlight in the back yard. I ran inside and grabbed my camera to get the photo. It was taken at ISO 2,000 with a shutter speed of 1/30 th. of a second at F4.



    Dick

    Thanks Dick.


    Pretty shot of the rose........
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25ft-up View Post
    Interesting pics. This thread is going to get good. 10 days , 355 to go.

    Couldn't hold the camera steady enough, without the tripod, to get the effect I was looking for. It's gonna have to do for today.







    Nice shots. I know the effect you are going after. Have done it in the past. It is a cool one for sure.
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Sun setting on another day.......

    There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness".

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    Nothing rain and high winds here today!!
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    I hold these to be the two greatest human values ever: Firstly, unconditional and universal love of all beings, and then, the sense of humour, with love giving meaning to our lives, and the sense of humour giving us solace from love. Doris Lussier
    "Humanity has evolved - as far as it has evolved," continued the old priest " with no thanks to its predecessors or itself. Evolution brings human beings. Human beings, through a long and painful process, bring humanity." Endymion

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    Picture break, back in a few
    I hold these to be the two greatest human values ever: Firstly, unconditional and universal love of all beings, and then, the sense of humour, with love giving meaning to our lives, and the sense of humour giving us solace from love. Doris Lussier
    "Humanity has evolved - as far as it has evolved," continued the old priest " with no thanks to its predecessors or itself. Evolution brings human beings. Human beings, through a long and painful process, bring humanity." Endymion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre Couture View Post
    Picture break, back in a few
    LOL......Yep me also. Been painting and what not today for the honeydo list. Trying to get the ceilings ready for a few new lights. I still got to squeeze in time to do my photo of the day!!
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    These photos just came out of my camera:












    I went out with the camera on a "walk-about"

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    Early Morning Visitors......



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    Day 12 of 365


    Went to the local McDonalds to get an ice cream. This is what they gave the wife. It has to be, the world's smallest ice cream!!

    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Day 11, our 2-4" of expected snow.


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