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Early this morning after several weeks' scouting the area:

 

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It's a Black-tailed Hare, also known as a Jackrabbit.

 

technical stuff: R8/DMR, 280mm f/4 APO-Telyt-R, shoulder stock & monopod. All comments welcome.

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Doug -

 

I'm used to your birds, but this little quadraped is excellent in subject, framing, detail, light, color and selective focus.

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Makes me want to zoom into the picture and enjoy the full detail this image has to offer.

 

Like this?

 

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Thanks for the comments!

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Doug, spectacular, subtle colors & details. Is this in a "safe", no hunting preserve or just the wild?

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Doug, spectacular, subtle colors & details. Is this in a "safe", no hunting preserve or just the wild?

 

It's in a 'no hunting' area, part of the flood plain of the American River here in Sacramento County.

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A real stunner. I see these beautiful creatures often when I stay in New Mexico and have grown to adore them....so much so that I own a life size bronze of one!

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That is a fantastic picture, I don't think you can get it any sharper than that.

You using the ground glass focusing screen?

 

Cheers Jan

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