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    Agreed nice shots Denise, are these in your garden?
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    Rangitoto sunrise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725
    I can see alot I did wrong

    What did you do wrong? I can't see anything wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William


    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725
    I can see alot I did wrong

    What did you do wrong? I can't see anything wrong.
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    Thanks, William! I think maybe it would have turned out better with not quite such a slow shutter speed and a slighly wider apeture. But that would have meant setting my ND Fader filter to an even darker setting. It was only my second time using this filter and I'm still getting used to it.

    @ Steve - I wish these were from my garden! My daughter &amp; I took our annual train ride to the Chicago Botanic Garden on Friday! Beautiful place but it sure was hot! Lugging my 40 pound camera bag on my back w/ tripod was challenging (I pack just about everything ...just in case)! It's about a 40 minute walk from the station to the gardens, then we spent 6 hrs. walking around the gardens and another 40 minute walk (uphill) back to the station! Very tiringbut still a fun day! She shot some pretty good photos w/ my Canon p&amp;s which I hope to post soon!

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    Went to a Medieval festival on the weekend, very colourful and very cool customers.


    This majestic creature got to carry a wedgetail eagle on his arm.





    And so did this one.





    The hoods are used to stop the birds laughing at the clothes their handlers wear.


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    Very nice pixs Steve.


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    A slightly different one from the weekend. A lot of people were dressed up for the event, but this guy just wore his street clothes.


    The man in black, Johnny Cash or "daywalker"??





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    A trained Peregrine Falcon that was let go by the handler and just decided not to come back. These birds were raised from the egg in captivity, but this one answered the call of the wild on the day. The handler has the birds hood in his mouth.


    Hope it came back.


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