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    Re: some whitetails shot with my 200mm

    Nice series James, the first one was made by the inclusion of the bird. What a rare catch that is.

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    Re: some whitetails shot with my 200mm

    Great capture in #1.

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    Re: some whitetails shot with my 200mm

    I prematurely decided not to photograph the first one cause he looked raggedy, But when the little bird landed on his tail I had too do it. After looking at jaimes deer I didnt wanna post mine. I have a couple more I might add next day or two.

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    Thanks Bobo. I thought it was funny. I liked your lizard shots looks like your adapting to your new equipment.

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    Re: some whitetails shot with my 200mm

    Thanks James. Still getting used to it - darn thing is really complicated...

    Back to the deer - considering his was with a 500 you had to get much closer for yours. I am max 300 which means learning to become part of the scenery and not spooking the targets. Works pretty well most of the time though my lazy side says get a longer lens.

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    Re: some whitetails shot with my 200mm

    Love that first one. That's a great capture!

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    Re: some whitetails shot with my 200mm

    Hi James, the first shot is so cute. It brought a smile to my face. You caught it at the perfect time with him staring at the bird. I love the last one also for different reasons. The context and the pose make this more of a moody shot to me. The muted colours and bare trees remind me that winter is coming and the lone deer and the way it is posing for you brings a feeling of sadness to me.

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