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    Default For the love of moose!

    Well the rut is winding down some, but there is still some action to be had. I am going to be turning my attention to some other subjects again soon so I thought I would post some images from the last week and a half.




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    Default RE: For the Love of Moose

    Cory: Your pics always impress. Thanks for sharing and keep them coming.

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    Excellent moose photos, very sharp. What lens are you using? Very nice.

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    Very nice photos. Canon "L" lens?

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    Sweet! Great Shots, especially the silhouette.
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    WOW! GREAT work!! Thanks!

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    Thanks for the comments. The lens I used for each of those 4 was the Canon 70-200mm F4IS lens with a 1.4 teleconvertor.
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    Did you use the smaller and lighter lens for easier mobility and possibly for a quick exit if need be.

    By the way, really nice photo presentation at the museum earlier this week.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Did you use the smaller and lighter lens for easier mobility and possibly for a quick exit if need be.

    By the way, really nice photo presentation at the museum earlier this week.
    Yes I did. I lugged my 500mm and heavy tripod in there one time, but I usually hike anywhere from 4-10 miles up and down the valleys in a day so I have gotten wiser as to what lenses are absolutely necessary to get the images I am after at the time. I didnt realize you were at the museum. You should have said hi!
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    I would have said howdy but I could not stay for the whole presentation. I had to leave early. It was great to view photos from a lot of the photographers I have met in the field. A lot of nice work shown that night. I plan on joining soon. Do you have their website and can you pass it on to me?

    Thanks in advance ................Eddie
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    thanks for the pictures, I love to go up there and see things like this. Its pretty encouraging to me to see what you can do with a camera. thanks for the inspiration.

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    wow a 55" moose with only 1 brow tine! crazy... Great pictures...
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