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    Those are some great pics, Guy. Thanks for sharing!
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    Great photos. Thank you for sharing.

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    Stunning shots of those bighorns! Thanks for putting them up.
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    Always great pics my friend!
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    Tell us more about your equipment.... I’m a Canon 5D Mk 1 user for close to 18 years.
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    A karmic precursor to the NFC Championship? Go Rams!!

    (OK.. a little out there but that's what popped into my head)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Grinch View Post
    Tell us more about your equipment.... I’m a Canon 5D Mk 1 user for close to 18 years.
    Olympus OM-D, with a 75-300 Zuiko lens. Pretty simple, inexpensive setup. I can tell that I didn't focus as sharply as I would have liked. Ah well, no expert. I just enjoy photography.

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    Excellent. Thanks for sharing.
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    I like the rams as subject material. Here, they're fairly easy to locate, they live not far from my home. They're also fairly easy to approach many times. They don't seem particularly afraid of people, as there is very limited hunting for them. Also, in many parts of our nation, these animals are not to be found - so I like sharing them.

    Feel free to share your whitetail photos please! Very, very few of those deer here in my area of central Washington.

    A few years ago the world record "California Bighorn" ram was taken from this herd, by a friend of mine. What a monster! The tag is difficult to draw, only one annually, and about 4,000 - 5,000 hunters apply for the once-in-a-lifetime tag every year. My buddy did it right, making over 20 scouting trips into the area, to get to know the canyons, the trails, the approaches, and to decide which of four or five really big rams he wanted. He got the biggest.

    Regards, Guy
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