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    Cow Moose

    Shot this image at 1/10 sec, ISO 100. Just got a couple of shots off before the moment was gone. Wish I had had more time.

    Cow Moose

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    Re: Cow Moose

    Quote Originally Posted by Teton Chuck View Post
    Wish I had had more time.
    Great capture and 1/10 at that. Well done.

    Can certainly relate to the more time comment.

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    Re: Cow Moose

    Thanks Bobo. I often choose to use a low ISO and shoot lots of shots in a hurry and hope for the best.

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    Re: Cow Moose

    Nice drip from the moose's chin. If the terrain is sloping downward to the right, there are no points of reference to indicate whether that's the case. So, I recommend that you level the image using the shoreline as your horizon.

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    Re: Cow Moose

    Thanks Mike, here is the critter with the suggested adjustment. I need to have the level in my head adjusted.

    Cow Moose

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    Re: Cow Moose

    Quote Originally Posted by Teton Chuck View Post
    I need to have the level in my head adjusted.
    You seem like a level-headed kind of guy to me. No gyroscope needed

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