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    Bighorns in rut

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    Bighorns in rut

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    Re: Bighorns in rut

    Great timing, Jaime. Caught right at full force impact and still caught the eye of both animals. Can't get better than that.

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    Re: Bighorns in rut

    Wow that is one intense shot. Great timing.

    What settings? TCs used?

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    Getting a shot of that quality doesn't come easy. Well done.

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    Re: Bighorns in rut

    Intense shot and great timing are the words that come to my mind too. Very nice.

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    Re: Bighorns in rut

    Marvelous capture... at the exact right moment! I can just about hear the sound as the big ram knocks the challenger back! That is the epitomy of survival of the fittest!

    Being really picky, I might have cropped just a bit off the top. As I was scrolling the image, I noticed that the rams seemed to look more balanced with a tad cropped off the top. However, one way or the other, the image is super!

    BTW: The images you have on your zenfolio site are also great. Congratulations!

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