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It was a beautiful sunset tonight, so I ran and grabbed the camera and was snapping a few, and all of a sudden I hear GEESE!! I've wanted one of these for a long time! And sure enough... had a flock of geese fly through low right into the sunset!!! BINGO!! Check it out!
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Wow, what a beautiful picture.
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very nice. no filter, no effects? that red is incredible!
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What sunset all I see are geese
HaHa Great Pic.
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That sure is purdy
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That is one mean postcard pic
You would have to set the ISO at least 800-1000 to get the shots...this is not a point and shoot camera pic more towards a DSLR
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wow, nice picture! what camera are you using?
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That should be in some DU magazine or something.
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