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    A sea landscape from a recent vacation trip:

    "Sailing"

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    A portrait shot from a hike today:

    "Wow, what a lens!"
    Hoary Marmot, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia
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    1/640 sec @ f/7.1, ISO 400


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    There goes any chances any of us had at winning the portrait portion. That shot is incredible Jonathan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    A portrait shot from a hike today:

    "Wow, what a lens!"
    Hoary Marmot, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia
    Canon 1DX, 70-200 f/2.8 LII with 1.4 TC
    1/640 sec @ f/7.1, ISO 400
    Somehow that is not the expression I would have come up with - something more akin to Hey! get off my rocks....
    If you see me with a wrench, call 911

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    "North Church"
    Portsmouth, NH


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    Quote Originally Posted by Busted Knuckles View Post
    Somehow that is not the expression I would have come up with - something more akin to Hey! get off my rocks....
    Yes that would probably suit it better, given the expression! The marmot was actually letting out a piercing whistle, which was incredibly loud. But it wasn't annoyed by my being there... it sat down and sunned itself shortly thereafter.

    David thanks for your comment! Your church shot is awesome... The lighting is very dramatic, especially with the moon. You were obviously up late!

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    Portrait
    Title: "Fairway Fiend"


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    Yessir, I got out of work at 230am and had my camera gear on me because I was at the beach prior. That church is spotlighted throughout the night and it was on my route home so I figured, "Why not?" I was just lucky to catch the moon when I did. There was barely any breaks in the clouds.

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    Sometimes it pays off to always have your gear with you. My stuff might qualify for having done the most trips (to and from work) without seeing any use, but there were these few occasions where I was glad I had it with me :-)

    Great shots everyone! The "Fairway Fiend" is great - what a subject.
    Arnt

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    I think we'll call it a week here and let Denise sort out her two finalists.
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