A walk in the park


Mu-43 Veteran
Dec 30, 2009
I took the dog for a walk today in the park across the street from where I live and shot a few images with my G1 and 45-200mm. I held the camera with one hand since the leash was in the other so I had to cull several.

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Super Moderator Emeritus
Jan 13, 2010
Near &quot;Playland&quot; outside of NYC, NY, USA
Nice one handed work there! I bring my camera along on dog walks, though not all the time... Fortunately, if there are no other dogs around my dog Johnnie Walker will stay pretty still.

There's something that I always find compelling about ducks. They have great faces, to me...which some people might find a strange remark, perhaps.

Great capture of the flying cormorant! Also that first fisherman shot is quite nice. Very impressive for a one handed expedition with your dog!
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