The Everglades... GF1 - kit lens 14-45 mm

Alanroseman

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Quick respite in Florida to take the edge off of a long New England Winter.

Wished I had a longer focal length with me... time to explore that option I think.
 

Narnian

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Looks like you were in a "target rich environment". :smile:

The Panny 45-200 would be nice in situations like this.
 

Alanroseman

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I have to say, I really wasn't expecting to be in such a "target rich" environment..

My wife had never toured in the Everglades national park, we hired on with an airboat guide and he really came through. I thought it might be a little heavy on the touristy stuff, but then there are over 500 miles of canals between Naples and Miami...

It was better than I had hoped for.. well worth the dough.
 

justin28

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more everglades shots

I just did a bike trail through the everglades, 15 miles of no barrier pavement cutting through the swamp, really pretty fun. And yes Narnian, I brought my Panny 45-200. I just put a couple of shots in the bird thread, here are a few others
 

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DaBuffaloNish

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Hey my backyard...well old backyard. Now I'm further in and fenced. Still a great place for photography. 10,000 islands is good too
 
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