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Cunningham Falls and Catoctin
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I could feel his wrinkled skin --the details that the 70-200mm captures is absolutely stunning
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The flower was on the sides of the pavements hardly noticable
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Did underexpose to get the details of the bird
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Such stunning details with a ligh subject and dark background. Nothing can beat the L series lenses
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No, I was not inside the cage with the jauguar. I had blurred out the mesh by using a wide f/4 on my 70-200mm
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South American Jaguar. The mesh had vanished again with a large aperture
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Using Tilt-Shift and a high f/11 Av, I was able to get the wodden frame and the plants farther in sharp focus
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The vibrant colors that the 70-200 captures!
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