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    A Horse, He wanted a photo!

    I'm still very very new to the wonderful world of photography, and Very much learning my camera, I'm always taking my camera everywhere I walk....as the practice is great.

    I liked this photo of a random horse I walked passed on my way home today, thought I would share the photo. I also like the angle I had taken the photo...as the fence also gave it a corner frame at the bottom.


    Used the Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 Wide Angle Lens, it's all I had on me.



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    Well done! Definatey wanted his pic taken!!

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    Interesting photo, I agree talk about a nose in your face.

    I shoot with Canon And Olympus Cameras



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    Hey! A portrait shot with the Siggy 10-20. That's cool. The shot's terrific; has a comical air to it.

    Reminds me of the old joke about the horse that walks into the bar & fronts up & the barman asks,"Why the long face?"

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    Astro. Quite an interesting portrait of the horse. The Siggy sure is fun to use and can get some interesting perspectives.

    Wayne
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    Thanks everyone, glad people like the photo.

    Yeah the siggy 10-20 is a lot of fun to play with, can get a lot of interesting shots with it.

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    lol...suprised his tounge didnt come out and give you a big ol thank you lick! I love the way the 10-20 does this when you get sooooo close
    Kind Regards, Deb


    Canon 1000D, 7D, Sigma 100mm Macro, Tamron 17-50mm, 18-55mm, 70 - 300mm, 50mm f1.8, Sigma 10-20mm

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