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Apr 18, 2019 00:39:57   #
Nice shots, especially the last one - it's superb!

First shot shows just how wired-up with electronics these guys are. No way they're going to hide. Guess you have to do that when the population is still precarious.

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Apr 14, 2019 23:59:31   #
Barketh, I appreciate the time you took to give me a detailed response. I, too, thought some cropping might be beneficial but wanted to get responses based on the entire photo. Like yours. Helpful. I'll be interested in seeing if I can apply the Rof3rds to see what variations I come up with. Thanks again.

Dan and the rest, thanks for taking a look and leaving your comments.

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Apr 14, 2019 23:13:37   #
Phototog8, Irvingite Charles and Doddy - thanks for the comments.

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Apr 14, 2019 01:18:24   #
krashdragon - thanks for the comments.

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Apr 14, 2019 01:17:09   #
Back in May, '17, I was hiking in the woods behind our cabin and found this 'guy'. I thought I knew exactly where he was and could return but have failed every time I try. Maybe he was finally able to arise and sneak off. Photo was taken with my Sony A6000 and 55-210mm kit lens.

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Apr 13, 2019 22:42:18   #
Saw this old truck along the FM road between Warrenton and Fayetteville, Texas last week. I like the first shot better because of the apparent length of the vehicle but moved over to get rid of the mailboxes growing from the roof. Looking only at the truck I don't like the 'corrected' shot as well as the truck now just looks too long. Constructive criticisms are welcome as I seem to always make some mistake. Thank goodness I'm not paying for film. These are SOOC (Sony RX10m4).

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Apr 13, 2019 18:08:46   #
I am liking my RX10m4 a lot. The only aspect I'm a little disappointed in is the noise above ISO 800, so I just limit my AutoISO to not exceed that number. I also have the A6000 and A77ii so the menu system was a No-duh.

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Apr 13, 2019 17:57:13   #
A few more shots as I explored how to use the RX10m4. The gecko is cropped quite a bit. The squirrel does this daily. And the gull was one of my first attempts at BIF with this camera and is a crummy photo but I thought maybe worth a grin.

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Gotta have them sunflower seeds...

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When you've got an itch...

Apr 13, 2019 17:42:58   #
These were back in November but I'm not too good at posting my pics. Trying to rectify that.

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Apr 13, 2019 12:23:50   #
Nice shot, and you did get the little aphid well focused. Well done.

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Apr 13, 2019 12:20:14   #
Timmers wrote:
I get it, that it is a joke. Also that in a Wall Mart parking lot you won't find the High Way Patrol. Also, that the parking place is reserved for handicap parking.

Now, heads up. What gets us angry...............


Too bad your intelligent reply was so full of grammatical and spelling errors that it became almost unintelligible. Perhaps you just hit the "send" key before you proofread what you wrote? Go back and reread and see if your response sounds as intelligent as you think it did.

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Apr 13, 2019 11:26:28   #
Terrific shot!

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Apr 13, 2019 11:15:45   #
I took this a few years ago while on a hike near our cabin. Struck me as the trigger that thousands of years ago might have resulted in that first in-home planter.
Taken with my then-new Sony A-6000 with kit 16-50mm lens; f4, 1/60, ISO 160, 25mm.

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Apr 12, 2019 15:08:31   #
Amen to "Take Five". Immediately takes me and the wifey back to North Texas State University (now University of North Texas) my freshman year in 1961. Seemed like every time we walked through the Union Building one of the superb NT jazz bands was playing this. Those were good days. Been awhile, but I do have the album so I can relive anytime I want.

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Apr 7, 2019 22:53:49   #
That last shot is terrific. Actually, all are super, but love the last one.

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