A little luck never hurts.
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Conrad Tan
Registered: Dec 08, 2007
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#1 is very nice even with the deep DOF man! And no... its all luck dude



Callisto
Registered: Apr 25, 2008
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Ron,
Love these shots! #1 is very pleasing for me. - RC



thomas_1950
Registered: Nov 19, 2012
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Splendid job! It was certainly worth the trip back home for your geat.



thomas_1950
Registered: Nov 19, 2012
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Splendid job! It was certainly worth the trip back home for your geat.



surfnron
Registered: Dec 17, 2004
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Jude Perera wrote:
Super shots Ron. I like both captures.

Jude


Thanx Jude. I'm glad you like them.

jodelak wrote:
Great shots Ron! Yep, a little luck does not hurt at all, and I don't mind having a lot of it. The last frame is just a magnificent shot, the small aperture helped (i think) in getting the entire bird in perfect focus. That is really a sweet image.


Thanx for the kind words.

KSAnand wrote:
#1 is my pick. The DOF shows a bit of environment and adds to the image.


Thanx Anand.

Conrad Tan wrote:
#1 is very nice even with the deep DOF man! And no... its all luck dude


You should know ConMan... And thanx.

Callisto wrote:
Ron,
Love these shots! #1 is very pleasing for me. - RC


Thanx Rodyon.

thomas_1950 wrote:
Splendid job! It was certainly worth the trip back home for your geat.


Thanx Thomas. I was just happy to find the hawk when I came back.

Ron



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