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  1. #11
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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    Post your favorite November 2017 shot
    This one from yesterday might be my favorite. I am still processing pictures from several days back.

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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    @Marilynne I love the way Osprey look down at you when they fly by. They must wonder what the heck that clicking sound is when we photograph them. Great shot!
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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    @Roy1961 I know fostering presents a great deal of challenges. THANK YOU for your dedication.
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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    @Marilynne I love the way Osprey look down at you when they fly by. They must wonder what the heck that clicking sound is when we photograph them. Great shot!
    Thanks Woody!

    Don't know about your Ospreys, but they love circling above me when they catch a fish.

  5. #15
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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    Post your favorite November 2017 shot
    This one is my favorite for the month. It was taken with my very first zoom lens for my Nikon N70. The lens is a Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8 from back in the late 1990's.

    I wanted to test the lens to decide whether or not to keep it. While I was pleasantly surprised by this image, the overall image quality of other photos left me with a lot to be desired. So it's a bittersweet photo knowing I won't be using this lens again.

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  6. #16
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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    Post your favorite November 2017 shot
    You Mad?

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  7. #17
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    Re: Post your favorite November 2017 shot

    Post your favorite November 2017 shot
    My son having fun at Disneyland ready to ride Big Thunder Mountain.

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  10. #20
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    Don't ask me why I used these settings. I am thinking ISO 64 was leftover from another shoot. 1/13th of a second? I got lucky.
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