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Living Room / Re: Show us a photo of your mutt or other creatures..
« on: December 06, 2014, 01:35 PM »
Well I did a post a few years back  (Feb. 2012   Page 10) to this thread,  and have since gotten a small digital camera for some clearer  hi res shots of my "yard" animals
Hope any who find this enjoy - all with a walmart olympus sz12  w- 24X telephoto and 14MP resolution


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Cute !!!  :Thmbsup:

Rabbitfeathers -- you took those photos? fantastic!

yep , backyard and patio  photos.  No long lenses. Animals seemed almost  eager to "pose". They had the run of the property it was their turf and since I was the food and water guy they gave me a pass.  There was never anyone else around to spook them so I could just walk about and take shots at will as long as I moved slowly for the closeups ...   More recently circumstances are less ideal.   Hope to get a good digital camera though and get more shots before I retire from running a 5 star wild animal retreat.

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    I'm Glad you appreciated them, its the only record I have of some special relationships. In some ways many of them were more "domesticated " than pets because they chose to be there and yet others remained quite wild-skittish and unaccessible for a closeup.  I think the closeness of the lense brings out a bit of the personality, that you don't see from a more customary distance.

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Living Room / Re: Show us a photo of your mutt or other creatures..
« on: February 19, 2012, 12:05 PM »
I no longer keep house pets which were parakeets, but have had lots of backyard residents ... thought you might enjoy a few 'other creature' shots (35mm - medium res negative scan)


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