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Bison taken at The National Bison Range in Charlo, MT.

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This is wild enough for me. Eating my feral cat's food.

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Taken yesterday in East Texas, 2 year old brother and sister twins. BTW he isn't legal yet, maybe in a couple more years .
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More Salmon fishing.... near Neets Bay Alaska.
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This rutting bull elk (Rocky Mtn. N.P.)
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had just been chased a herd of cow elk by a much larger bull. He dejectedly left and took out his frustrations by horning grass and bugling. This is a shot of him bugling trying to round up a cow and maybe get his harem going.
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the last day of the mating season in the Netherlands......a lot of rain and one deer
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I'm new here-some great images.
This shot was taken at Ranthambhore National Park in India, using the Nikon 200-400 zoom.
Nice one Andrew! After uploading the image, if you position your cursor and click "Insert Image" it will put the expanded version into your post (instead of as an attachment). I look forward to seeing more of your images. Thanks!
 

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Nice one Andrew! After uploading the image, if you position your cursor and click "Insert Image" it will put the expanded version into your post (instead of as an attachment). I look forward to seeing more of your images. Thanks!
Thanks for the tip Walt !

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Back-off mate – Yallingup, Western Australia by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

Western grey kangaroos (Macropus fuliginosus) in the back paddock. Shot from the veranda overlooking the neighbour’s paddock where the kangaroos roam due to the abundant feed: Yallingup, Western Australia.
 

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Face painting – Yallingup, Western Australia by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

Western grey kangaroos (Macropus fuliginosus) with interesting face markings in the back paddock. The image was taken from the veranda overlooking the neighbour’s paddock where the kangaroos roam due to the abundant feed: Yallingup, Western Australia.
 

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A cautionary tale ...

In 2018 my wife Jan and I journeyed from Australia to Namibia (to focus on landscapes) and Botswana (to focus on wildlife). We had to pack very light (max. 10 kilos each in soft-pack suitcases because we had to do a lot of travel in very small planes) so we ummed and aahed about taking any other lenses in addition to my Olympus 12-40mm PRO (mounted on an Olympus E-M5ii) and Jan's Olympus 14-42mm EZ (mounted on an Olympus E-M10). The following three images (each one straight out of the camera) tell a story.

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Olympus E-M5ii + Olympus 12-40mm PRO at 40mm

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Olympus E-M10 + Olympus 40-150mm f/4.0-5.6R at 108mm

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Panasonic Lumix G2 + Lumix 45-200mm f/4.0-5.6 at 91mm

Yes - we ended up sacrificing some clothing in order to take some (inexpensive) zoom lenses and I even took the trusty old Lumix G2 and, you know what, I'm very glad we did! We were able to get some "keepers" which would have not been possible otherwise.

The above photos were chosen not because of any inherent quality therein but to simply illustrate a (rather obvious) point. However, after this experience it's quite possible that a fancy Olympus PRO zoom could appear in my Christmas stocking if I drop enough hints!

Cheers.
 
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