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Good shots from the zoo. I love the pelicans in no. 2 with the contrast and of the meerkat in no. 1. Great dof and sharp on his eye.
Next time I will endeavour to come to one of the SA meets...my son's birthday was on Sat!!
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what hope have I got with my piddly little 70-300 lens when you need something 1/2 a metre long to get shots like these??? It's all too hard
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Love the first one, Backlighting on the meerkat has worked very well.
Also like the last one with the three wise men all looking through their viewfinders and then...Kym
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even though this is not a CC forum, I like the backlit meerkat!
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Great to meet you too Greg, and everyone else. Living in a remote area often means travelling long distances for some things, others like some historical sites and with National and State parks in my backyard give me an advantage over city dwellers.
Aussie Girl you wouldn't have been disadvantaged with your 70-300, in fact it would have given you more reach than my 70-200.
Great photo's all. I bailed on the event due to some "housework" but will definitely try to make the next one.......