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    Buck Fight

    While I was shooting the bucks the object of their squabble run right over to me... so I added a shot of her. The bucks - ss 1/400 av 5.6 iso 200 the doe- ss1/250 av 6.3 iso 400Buck Fight Buck Fight Thanks for veiwing. Happy New Year!!

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    Love the grass blades making a cross hair right on the shoulder in the first pic, too bad they are not red. Great pics

    Ryo

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    Nice captures James. You seem to be getting better and better with you wildlife shots.

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    Re: Buck Fight

    Excellent shots.

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    Re: Buck Fight

    James, the first shot is like, perfect!
    Very nice capture.

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    Re: Buck Fight

    Very nice.

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    Nice sharp images. Great texture in the doe's hide on the first one. Great work.

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    Re: Buck Fight

    Ryo, thanks.lol I didnt think of the blades as crosshairs... but I knew there was a reason for leaving them in the image. . Paul, I am glad you think so... but I really had some luck with these images .any improvement is due to this site and the truthful critiques provided here..... lol and a little book called photoshop elements for dummies. . Sahil & Rob I thought the doe might get as much attention as the buck. Thanks again all.

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