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    Default Ah, the irony...



    ...and the expected:



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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Ray what a great story you have told here.
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    Default Loved 'em!

    Good chuckle.

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    OM that is hilarious... thanks so much for sharing those!
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    Thanks for the morning chuckle!

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    Absolutely fantastic!

    What a way to say "good morning"

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    hehehehe, after the initial chuckle, it is interesting to note how many of them are composing the shot through their left eye. there may be a case study here!


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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    a welcome chuckle!
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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Did you notice the one at the end? His lens is duct taped together!!!
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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Quote Originally Posted by Duchie View Post
    Did you notice the one at the end? His lens is duct taped together!!!
    That's common with most Canon long lenses; it's almost a badge of honour. The more duct tape, the the more battle hardened you must be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzRay View Post
    That's common with most Canon long lenses; it's almost a badge of honour. The more duct tape, the the more battle hardened you must be.

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Wow. when did Oly come up with long white lenses?

    Good one you have there.

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Quote Originally Posted by Blu-by-u View Post
    Wow. when did Oly come up with long white lenses?

    Good one you have there.
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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Can't stop laughing.
    Don't know why it looks so funny.

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    Do you think the guy in the background is using live view?



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    Do you think the guy in the background is using live view?
    On Windozes it's called "Plug and Play". I think he's got his camera set to "Point and Pray"
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    Another great shot Ray. I guess he is getting a good shot of the back of their heads !!!!!

    BTW, what about the guy with the black lens above the Oly sign. No one seems to have noticed him !!!

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Quote Originally Posted by Garry Frankel View Post
    Another great shot Ray. I guess he is getting a good shot of the back of their heads !!!!!

    BTW, what about the guy with the black lens above the Oly sign. No one seems to have noticed him !!!
    look at the hood, I think Nikon. Or Do I??

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Olympus do make white lens back in OM day.I think the guy in the background use a Nikkor 70-200mm F2.8 VR.

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Quote Originally Posted by EVOFans View Post
    Olympus do make white lens back in OM day.I think the guy in the background use a Nikkor 70-200mm F2.8 VR.
    That's a Canon, a 400mm, possibly a 500mm.

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    Default Re: Ah, the irony...

    Quote Originally Posted by OzRay View Post
    That's a Canon, a 400mm, possibly a 500mm.

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    Default Great post, Ray...

    Thanks for the laughs.

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