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JAS_OH1

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Tiday i was working in Amish country. Designated parking spaces for horse and carriage.
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...and some Amish buggies from Pennsylvania:

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Ok, two of those aren't buggies. It's kind of like one of those captcha things - click the images with buggies. :laugh:
 

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I don't know, but these folks seem to:

The Amish and their horses

Thanks I appreciate that link. I used to breed standard breds here. We have pacers and trotters, I love the trotters most.
FWIW pacers both legs on left side (near) move together while opposite (off) sides move opposite.
Trotters near front and off rear work in comparison.
I've bred a group 1 trotter.

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Nice! I have given up on lunar photography until I get a longer lens, my 18-135mm is just not giving me the reach I want.
It was the first time I've missed my 135-400. I sold it about 4 weeks ago since moving to the Z series. The FTZ adapter worked well with the 70-200 2.8 I used for this though, but I'd have liked more reach.
 
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