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Over on David Trampe’s Hear AND Listen blog Dave was working on a few different water droplet shots. Since I had some time to kill this afternoon I decided to fool around with some water as well. Note to self, clean glass better before taking photos next time 🙂

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David Trampe -

Wow, my favorite color too! The absence of milk doubtless decreases feline traffic that could spoil the shot. Did you use continuous lighting or a flash? I finally re-shot that test with the 50mm, and it’ll be up in the next hour or two. Thanks for the mention!

samh -

Bah. Contrived. ; )

Game night at Jessop and Jen’s. Next Page

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gerg -

Nice shots. Looks like you guys had a good time… I’m bummed we missed it.

The much-larger photos are great too.

My parents have about four pair of Cardinals that frequently feed at my dad’s bird feeders each year. While visiting for Christmas I had the chance to borrow my Uncle’s camera and take a few photos of through the family room window. We had just gotten a fresh coating of snow and it was still […]

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dharma bum -

Gorgeous stuff. There really is nothing like cardinals in the winter.

Ann -

These are so beautiful and the clarity wonderful. You caught them enjoying Dad’s feast for them each day.

Mike -

These photos express my love of feeding God’s creatures and sharing that joy with my family.

Being a Winona State alumni I get the occasional email from the alumni staff telling me of upcoming events taking place in the Twin Cities area. I had yet to go to one but when they said that they were having a pre-game social at Sweeney’s, a bar I frequent regularly anyway, I decided it […]

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dharma bum -

Sounds fun and great pics. Did Winona win?

scott -

They crushed. I wonder if they will have what it takes to make it back to the national championship again this year. I believe they are ranked number four in the country right now and they have to be driven to make up for last year.