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    Default Brown hare (Lepus europaeus)

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    Brown hares fighting in the meadow, ideally they would be larger in the frame but I didn't want to crop any more, next time I'll have my 1.4TC with me.

    Model Name : OM-1 150-400 (1.25TC engaged)
    Focal Length (35 mm conversion) : 1002.0mm
    ISO Sensitivity : 2500
    Shutter : 1/3200 sec
    F.No. : F5.6
    Exposure compensation : +0.7 EV

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    Very cute... and that paw up says this little hare means business...

    You really need to get closer, Jon...I so look forward to your next post

    Kind regards,
    Gabriela Plesea

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    I agree Gabriela but easier said than done, they are in an open field - no chance of stealthy approach. The field is now fenced so they will have to learn new acces routes so not holding my breath for adults. The leveret still comes to the same spot to rest and it was there as late as 8.00am yesterday morning, maybe I'll get some luck there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Ashton View Post
    I agree Gabriela but easier said than done, they are in an open field - no chance of stealthy approach. The field is now fenced so they will have to learn new acces routes so not holding my breath for adults. The leveret still comes to the same spot to rest and it was there as late as 8.00am yesterday morning, maybe I'll get some luck there.
    Good luck Jon, and I hope he gets used to you a bit. Maybe place some tasty, irresistible morsels near his spot
    Gabriela Plesea

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    Hi Jon .... funny looking pose of a serious Hare business !!!
    The main subject is showing well , just wish the second guy was more than a blob or rock in the image ... but we cannot have all at times .
    AS Gabriela and yourself I would also like a subject larger in the frame , but I do think it is quite ok .
    Colors and tones looking good for a " sunny day " ... just a bit dark for my taste .

    TFS Andreas

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