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    Everybody hit the floor, THis is a threadjack!

    I have landed in Hell or been to Hell and have even seen it snow in Hell. Moose are a common as deer in Texas and if you hit a deer at night it does a lot of damage. I cannot imagine the issues they have in Norway with the overpopulation of mooses. BTW, the reindeer is also very good eating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXFZ1 View Post
    Everybody hit the floor, THis is a threadjack!

    I have landed in Hell or been to Hell and have even seen it snow in Hell. Moose are a common as deer in Texas and if you hit a deer at night it does a lot of damage. I cannot imagine the issues they have in Norway with the overpopulation of mooses. BTW, the reindeer is also very good eating!

    Back to your regular program.

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    Yea, actually in CT they limited the hunting and now there is an overpopulation with now food they are starving and wandering into the highway getting hit every day, so now non-hunters from the state have to go in and shoot the deer to cut down the numbers as a "humane" way to keep them from suffering from starvation... So who's worse the hunters, the "herd thinners", or the people who want them to starve and be hit by cars because they don't want deer to be hunted? ...

    Still wondering what the op has done with the film, if they were able to fix it further.


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    Another off topic post, sorry. We as film users cannot condemn killing animals or we would be hypocrites. Remember what gelatin is....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXFZ1 View Post
    Everybody hit the floor, THis is a threadjack!

    I have landed in Hell or been to Hell and have even seen it snow in Hell. Moose are a common as deer in Texas and if you hit a deer at night it does a lot of damage. I cannot imagine the issues they have in Norway with the overpopulation of mooses. BTW, the reindeer is also very good eating!

    Back to your regular program.

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    You mean to say that the moose are having issues with the over population of humans... After all no one asked any of those texan deers if they minded that humans will be building a highway through their back yard...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatLABS View Post
    You mean to say that the moose are having issues with the over population of humans... After all no one asked any of those texan deers if they minded that humans will be building a highway through their back yard...
    Well humans do have a hand in it (as does any population of animal that gets larger than the balance should normally be) but it's actually the Predators that are missing (for deer it's coyote type animals which are dwindling) so hunting helps balance the lack of those predators to even the balance again.

    Anyway... OP help us get on target! Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    I wish to apologise to the OP for side-tracking this thread into the ethics of animal welfare.
    WOW! Clive, this might be the best post ever. You are actually apologizing for threadjacking. My respect for you has skyrocketed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowframe View Post
    I track wounded deer and moose on a weekly basis with my special trained dogs in order to prevent unnecessary suffering. Hunting season last only for a couple of months, but trains and cars keep me busy all year round.
    Interesting that you do this as a humane practice. Using dogs would be illegal in most of the US as an unfair advantage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatLABS View Post
    You mean to say that the moose are having issues with the over population of humans... After all no one asked any of those texan deers if they minded that humans will be building a highway through their back yard...

    Exactly, the only issue is it's illegal to hunt humans but if someone wanted to reduce the numbers themselves...nope, still illegal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXFZ1 View Post
    Exactly, the only issue is it's illegal to hunt humans but if someone wanted to reduce the numbers themselves...nope, still illegal!

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    Not true. The government can put you in a uniform and hand you a rifle.

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    Have done some further research with this film and it seem promising so far. Agitation for the first five minutes of development, then thirty seconds every minute for 14 minutes. 7 minutes fixing. Did some curve adjustments after digitalizing with D800E and used an orange filter during photographing. Portrait 1 sec shutter speed, hence the not tac sharpness. My other camera forgotten a couple of nights out in the forest. The leaf is a multi exposure. Conclusion: I like it!
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