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  1. #1
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    And the chipmonk, which has eaten more of my tomatoes than I have:














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    Ok, what camera? you seem to be batting 1000.

    FYI. The worst bite I ever received was when I was 10
    and reached into a rock wall to catch a chipmunk to
    impress some little girl.
    Sucker bit me to the bone, I needed 7 stitches and
    they worried about rabies etc. I respect chipmonks
    and steer clear.

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    Originally posted by actnowhvac
    Ok, what camera? you seem to be batting 1000.

    FYI. The worst bite I ever received was when I was 10
    and reached into a rock wall to catch a chipmunk to
    impress some little girl.
    Sucker bit me to the bone, I needed 7 stitches and
    they worried about rabies etc. I respect chipmonks
    and steer clear.
    It's a Canon EOS 10s 35mm. Most were taken with a 100-300 mm zoom. The pictures were developed at a local shop and they put them on CD for you for $5.00 extra as well as prints.

    There is a very famous picture that was taken with this model camera about the same time I bought it, part of the reason why I chose this model. I wish I could find a copy of the pic. It was taken through a window into the White House and was of President George Bush signing the declaration of war for the Gulf War. Great candid photo taken with this camera!

    don
    don sleeth - HVAC-Talk Founder
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    Originally posted by Don Sleeth
    Originally posted by actnowhvac
    Ok, what camera? you seem to be batting 1000.

    FYI. The worst bite I ever received was when I was 10
    and reached into a rock wall to catch a chipmunk to
    impress some little girl.
    Sucker bit me to the bone, I needed 7 stitches and
    they worried about rabies etc. I respect chipmonks
    and steer clear.
    It's a Canon EOS 10s 35mm. Most were taken with a 100-300 mm zoom. The pictures were developed at a local shop and they put them on CD for you for $5.00 extra as well as prints.

    There is a very famous picture that was taken with this model camera about the same time I bought it, part of the reason why I chose this model. I wish I could find a copy of the pic. It was taken through a window into the White House and was of President George Bush signing the declaration of war for the Gulf War. Great candid photo taken with this camera!

    don

    That camera has a knack for hitting a perfect focus.
    I have an old Cannon F1 but that EOS 10s is hitting everything right.

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    That is a great camera! The depth-of-field was perfect. You can really see it in the last four shots.

    The first two pics have some fill-flash so the DOF is not quite as noticeable.
    "And remember my sentimental friend......that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others" - Wizard of Oz.

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    Originally posted by actnowhvac
    FYI. The worst bite I ever received was when I was 10
    and reached into a rock wall to catch a chipmunk to
    impress some little girl.
    Sucker bit me to the bone, I needed 7 stitches and
    they worried about rabies etc. I respect chipmonks
    and steer clear.
    I still have the scar on each side of my one finger from where a chipmond I was rescuing from my cats mouth bit me when I was 7. Sucker locke onto my finger and had to be beaten before he would let go.

    I still they are cute but will not try to interfere with nature again.

    Great shots Don.
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    ...masquerading as its own cure…
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