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    spotted this monitor lizard at the fringe of the lake(?) at CG just next to the red bridge. As I moved in to shoot closer portraits, it went and hid under the bridge (below the security booth).

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    #297980
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    There are lots of ML around CG/JG.
    Taken by 100-400 lens?

    #297981
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    There are lots of ML around CG/JG.
    Taken by 100-400 lens?

    Yep. ;)

    #297982
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    Sleepycat,
    Good to hear that the 100-400mm lens is not "Sleeping".
    Bring it out and start to shoot some Birds.

    #297984
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    Sleepycat,
    Good to hear that the 100-400mm lens is not "Sleeping".
    Bring it out and start to shoot some Birds.

    Will do. Should not under-utilise it. ;)

    #297992
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    D,
    Goos to see you putting the 100-400 to good use,
    This is one of the lens I hope to own, love it for it’s versatility :peace:

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    Nice smile it gave you! Maybe because you look like a sleepycat (easy meal)?? :twisted: :twisted:

    saw this guy quite a few times at that spot, but it never stayed long enough for a shutter click! :x

    #298094
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    Richard, agree abt the versatility. I also use it for street photography and bigger butterflies.

    PP, I think the ML prefer doves for lunch rather than cat. :nyah nyah:

    Cheers…

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