Learning my new Macro lens
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Old 04-06-2019   #1
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was out playing with it today while it rained all day

_O1A1681 by Tony Manttan, on Flickr

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hi am now living in Cairns Qld Australia
i have a canon 60d canon ef-s 55-250 1:4-5.6 is /ef-s 18-55 1:3.5-5.6 is /
tamron 70mm to 300mm / canon ef 50mm f 1:1.8
manfrotto tripod
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Good start with the new lens

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Good shots Tony


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