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    Default Turnagain Arm

    Looks cold...what do ya think?
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    Nice composition, and I think it looks REALLY cold!

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    Thanks.....was cold when I took it. Took it up by Portage looking towards Anchorage.
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    Very nice photo. It looks cold enough

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    Hey Buck, welcome to the forum! Really nice capture, thanks for sharing. Glad to see you finely put those Katmai bear photos on your web site. They look great and must have been a great time photographing them.
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    hey thanks tull ...... yea it did take a while, but the wife is my web master and she has been working her little fanny off with revamping this web site and also with her job as a DBA. We're still twicking it as we speak.I had a crappy time down at katmai,mainly cause of the VERY young Jr. park rangers trying to judge distance between you and the bears (in not knowing). 4 to 6 hour bear jams on the Bridge Plateform and the jr Park rangers not knowing what to do about it, but all and all other than that it was great ....got over 3000 frames (useable frames). The new 400mm 2.8 and the canon 1ds mark 2 is a gem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Buck" View Post
    hey thanks tull ...... yea it did take a while, but the wife is my web master and she has been working her little fanny off with revamping this web site and also with her job as a DBA. We're still twicking it as we speak.I had a crappy time down at katmai,mainly cause of the VERY young Jr. park rangers trying to judge distance between you and the bears (in not knowing). 4 to 6 hour bear jams on the Bridge Plateform and the jr Park rangers not knowing what to do about it, but all and all other than that it was great ....got over 3000 frames (useable frames). The new 400mm 2.8 and the canon 1ds mark 2 is a gem.
    Oh ya, I've heard that the platform can be a pain. Bummer! At least you got into a bunch of bears ...would like to try it sometime. The new 400mm 2.8 and the canon 1ds mark 2? Man, what a combination and Well done!

    Catch you later.
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    Yup, looks cold, and Winter is definitely here! I am loving it! Just wish there was more snow! Its getting there though!
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    Wow, I didn't realize mud looked like that when it froze, LOL. Great shot!

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