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coaster500
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Nice Mike!!!

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BrushWolf
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Thanks Kip.But those African pics are hard to beat.

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Wyoming whitetail ....

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You guys ought to be proud of yourselves. These are some beautiful photographs of some beautiful animals.

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Hawaii public land feral goat. Got some cool video but the camera man missed the kill shot..haha oh well. ENJOY!

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My best trad turkey and buck.  -  -

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Now that's what I'm talking about Michael. Great pics. God bless.

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This was my first trad kill. I was hunting with Osagetree near Southpoint Ohio. October 6th 2007. It was 90 degrees by 9 am.

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This buttonbuck was taken with a '59 Grizzly out of a stand in JMatt57's backyard. A very productive stand over the years.
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COOCH
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Holy smokes there are some great photos on here.I've got a few lying around let me check PB.

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These were from a while ago using a 35mm canon auto focus sure shot.I thought they were great at the time.But look how grainey they really are.

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COOCH
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My first digital point and shot was a olympus 8000 8.2 mega pixel.I took most of these with pics with the self timer set on auto

A Rainy day doe at last light.

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A freezer deer for one of my landowners that she wanted me the shoot.

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Deep in the forest of Arizona there are 4 elk bedded just above my head not sure if they will show at 640

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Jeff Couture

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COOCH
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A few from South Africa same camera.My PH was taking the pic I'm ot sure about the settings he was using.

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These were from a sony Cyber-Shot 12.1 Mega Pixel full 1080 HD point and shot.It's small and fits in a pack or pocket very easily.

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Middle photo set in flash mode.
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Just playing with the settings I think it was on a landscape set and slightly zoomed in.

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Jeff Couture

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set to auto taken from atop the wheel house.Camera held vertically.Subject matter was to big for the deck and lens.
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Just how I found this Buck no propping or staging. Used on flash mode with a strobe.
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