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Lomea Hide photography 03-Dec-2012 09:33
Wildlife photography in Bulgaria
Ray Purser Photography04-Aug-2010 18:07
Superb galleries,keep up the great work.
Dennis 25-Jun-2010 19:12
Excellent images. Well Done.
giba19-May-2010 16:20
Terry'll watch here in Porto Alegre's games selection, you unite not know what that selection will stay here in town, until there can be some of Europe, Terry this lens that you are using the Canon 400mm 5.6 has some, but like Model eg Tamron, 400mm 5.6 or SIGMAde nao.Estou willing to buy this woe, Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Lens, and do not know if good, the only detail not have (IS). do you think of the one suggestion.

thanks ....
giba18-May-2010 16:23
Good Morning .....

Terry, was giving a forum PBase passed by, and seeing the pictures you posted are really show, I am also happy owner of a Canon 50D, a kit for iniciar.moro in Brazil, estate of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre city , you can tell that this lens and that you are using this flight, Mute Swans v? to 21/04/2009.digo to you that I'll be looking at your photos yet. not care if I will be requesting information concerning the lens you are using the pictures recorded ok .. a big hug and congratulations for the beautiful pictures, of course not looked at all but I saw this beauty.

hug ...
Guest 16-Feb-2010 23:43
Hello again Terry,
Sorry for the delayed response. Your Sigma 150mm is very impressive. Can't imagine much better results with the Canon. I just know patience and talent behind the camera is most important and that is well reflected in your galleries. Thanks again.
Kevin McManis
Guest 07-Feb-2010 19:52
Hi Terry,
Fantastic photos! Thanks for sharing. If you don't mind me asking, I'm curious what lens you used on those bees and butterflies? They are really sharp and DOF is impressive.