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Canon EOS 7D

Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM

Comments (15)
Posted by Manuel Del Amo on May 01, 2013

Powerful shot. Excellent clarity. Congratulations!

Posted by Melvin Debono on May 01, 2013

Thanks !

Posted by Melvin Debono on April 30, 2013

Thanks !

Posted by AA777-200ER on February 24, 2013

Sharp as a tack!

Posted by Melvin Debono on February 04, 2013

Thanks !

Posted by Colin Parker - AirTeamImages on February 03, 2013

Fantastic shot, well done.

Posted by Melvin Debono on February 01, 2013

Thanks Psaila !

Posted by Buzu on January 31, 2013

Lovely.... Simply V SXY

Posted by Melvin Debono on January 31, 2013

Thanks !!

Posted by Neil Psaila on January 31, 2013

Good one! :)

Posted by DaveWilson on January 30, 2013

Great photo Melvin. Fantastic shot, Regards Dave.

Posted by Melvin Debono on January 30, 2013

Thanks Safi !!

Posted by Guillaume Besnard on January 30, 2013

Congratulations for the SC mate, well done !

Posted by Ryan Paul Galea - Aerospray on January 30, 2013

Well done Melv!! :)

Posted by Burmarrad on January 29, 2013

Welldone mate for geting SC for a very nice photo , keep em coming Melvin , regards Burmarrad

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