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I took this photograph in 2009 during Harvest Christian Center Fellowship Barbecue and Softball. This HDR image was created from Nikon NEF raw images, using Photomatix 3.3.6.

Camera: Nikon D3; Lens: Nikkor f/4.5-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/800; F-stop: 5.6; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.; Exposure Time: 1/800; F-stop: 5.6; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.

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I took this photograph in 2001, during a walking tour of Mount Lassen, CA.

Camera: Nikon D1; Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/200; F-stop: 7.6; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 180mm.

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I took this photograph in 2001. The photograph was taken while standing in Woodson Bridge County Park, near Corning, CA.

Camera: Nikon D1; Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/180; F-stop: 6.7; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.

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I photographed this bee in 2002. The photograph was taken in a garden near my home.

Camera: Nikon D1; Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/320; F-stop: 9.0; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.

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I took this photograph in 2001, while walking around my neighborhood.

Camera: Nikon D1; Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/350; F-stop: 9.5; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.

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This is a photograph I took in 2000 in the woods by the Sacramento River near my home.

Camera: Nikon D1; Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/250; F-stop: 8.5; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.

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I took this photograph of a dragonfly in 2003. It was perched upon the wall of a neighbor’s house.

Camera: Nikon D1; Lens: Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED; Exposure Time: 1/350; F-stop: 10.0; ISO Speed: 200; Focal Length: 300mm.

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