October 2, 2011

Oh Deer!

Two post in a row! I'm loving this new camera I'm trying out.
I am addicted to the zoom lens. Want to see why?

This

Is

Why!

Oh deer I'M IN LOVE!

11 comments:

Gorges Smythe said...

Nice photos! I've always been the sort who could foul up a photo of a brick. Still, I've learned that a decent camera helps.

colleens craft shed said...

Love the pictures! Looks like a nice new camera you are using!
Colleen

Cheryl said...

Great pics, I love me new zoom lens as well.
Really makes a difference.

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

It's a friends Canon Xsi. I have a Nikon D3000 and had a Canon before that. I have been debating going back to Canon and thought borrowing/trying this one would be a good thing before I made the leap back. Nothing against Nikon but I have found that prefer Canon. Also there is an adapter so I can use my Nikon lenses on the Canon. I have decided to sell my Nikon and buy another Canon. I have a couple of friends who are cheering right now!

Rick Kratzke said...

Cool post I love the pics.

LindaG said...

Great shots. Thanks for sharing them with us. :)

mountain mama said...

awesome shots!!

www.FarmLifeLessons.blogspot.com said...

Looks like you'll be having tons of fun! I am excited to see all the photos you'll be taking. :-)

Lana

Janet, said...

Love your deer photos! We have deer visiting our yard every day, I love catching them on film.

Teresa said...

These are wonderful!

Jessica @Blessings in the Country said...

Great pics of the deer! They are so cute. I take tons of deer and elk pics around here. But most of them are with dead weeds and not pretty green weeds... they stand out better in pics with the green!

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