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A few more shots

Really enjoying this new camera and gave it another good run out today. A bit of action, portrait, wildlife and landscape. Really happy with the photos.

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr

Glen Shee by George Ingram, on Flickr
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Re: A few more shots

I particularly like #4 and 7 but #4 is my outright fave.
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Re: A few more shots

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I particularly like #4 and 7 but #4 is my outright fave.
#4 for me, too, I like this very much.
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Re: A few more shots

Thanks guys. 4 is def growing on me.

It's been fun using the EM1 this weekend and can't see me going back to to using the e30.

I love the feel of the EM1 and feels very natural using it, even with the 4thirds lens.

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Re: A few more shots

#4 - is very nice
#7 - I want to drive that road some time - preferably with even more snow in the Landy
#6 - The monarch .. a classic shot

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Re: A few more shots

A majestic deer shot and I like that last two snowy ones.
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Re: A few more shots

Ver y nice the last four do it for me
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Re: A few more shots

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#4 - is very nice
#7 - I want to drive that road some time - preferably with even more snow in the Landy
#6 - The monarch .. a classic shot

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It's a cracker of a road and has seen very little snow this year compared to the previous few years. I love driving up there even if it gets a bit hairy at times.

There were hundreds of deer there and really had to be stealth to get close to them. Not like the deer at Etive where you can just wander up to them.
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