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Ram Line-Up

Posted by
wickedful (Vancouver, Canada) on 3 May 2009 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

On our Jasper, AB roadtrip. We just pulled over in our car and saw TONS of rams on the side just hanging out and doing their thing. I liked this shot because of how they are just sitting and lined-up not caring how many cars are out there in front of them stopped for people to view them.

NIKON D70 1/8000 second F/5.0 315 mm (35mm equiv.)

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I appreciate all the nice comments and critiques and will try to reply back as soon as I can to all of you.

Paula from Spain

Nice capture!

3 May 2009 3:29pm

@Paula: Thank you very much!

mats from Texas, United States

Definitely a sight to admire.

6 May 2009 6:20am

@mats: IT IS! Thank you!!

Nina from Haute Loire, France

Yes, they do not look scared, this is quite natural for wild animals? I understand the pleasure to achieve this photo...

6 May 2009 6:27am

@Nina: For these animals it's natural because these animals are just everywhere in the town and are so used to people looking and starting at them all the time!!

k@ from Paris, France

Oh, excellent line-up ! Very original view, thanks for sharing !!

6 May 2009 8:29am

@k@: Thanks for viewing!!

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

These guys are laid back, and waiting for their ram horns to fully emerge so they can get on with their harem wars perhaps?

6 May 2009 10:49am

@Viewfinder: Yeah maybe they are just waiting for their horns so that they can attack people for watching them so much.

Lee from Fort Frances Ontario, Canada

Great shot. They don't look to worried.

6 May 2009 11:28am

@Lee: Thanks! They weren't very worried at all.

/\/\ ! /\/ /\ from Tehran, Iran

Beautiful shot! they are cute!!! nice angle you tried!

6 May 2009 4:50pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

What a cool shot! Nice!

7 May 2009 4:00am

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Wow...very cool! Great shot.

7 May 2009 2:14pm


1/8000 second
315 mm (35mm equiv.)