The Capture by Andy Mueller

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After almost a year of eradic migration patterns, this little duckling was captured to undergo further studies by a team of international scientists. Initial reports indicate that this may be THE duck that some have come to known as being named Herman. Scientists fear an imminent public outcry of his immediate release. The laboratory is being picketed by protestors, several researchers have already removed themselves of this study, fearing personal harm. Updates to follow.

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  • Dave Warren
    Dave Warrenover 5 years ago

    Excellent!! made me smile!

  • Dave, since you haven’t been around for awhile ….. The entire sequence of “Herman” started here

    – Andy Mueller

  • Marvin Collins
    Marvin Collinsover 5 years ago

    Ha!! Finally trapped the little bugger!!! His wandering days are over!!

  • Yes Marvin, somehow he got caught in this dragnet. It was really sad to see him wiggle all about and stuff. I almost was going to reach in and release him ….

    – Andy Mueller

  • Joel Hall
    Joel Hallover 5 years ago

    LOL!!

  • That old beat up 180mm does pretty well doensn’t it?

    – Andy Mueller

  • flame7
    flame7over 5 years ago

    Hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!! Hilarious… poor herman.. He will be okay im sure :)))

  • I sure hope so ….. I felt so sorry for him all trapped and all …..

    – Andy Mueller

  • WJPhotography
    WJPhotographyover 5 years ago

    lol…nice one Andy :)))

  • Thank you Wendy

    – Andy Mueller

  • Dave Warren
    Dave Warrenover 5 years ago

    Cheers Andy, nice amusing set of images

  • VonMcKnelly
    VonMcKnellyover 5 years ago

    This is Herman’s mother speaking….we have one of your scientist tied and gagged. If you want him back lets talk.

    And no cops!

  • LMAO !!!!

    – Andy Mueller

  • Von, so I bought this beat up Nikon Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 ED MF on eBay for $140. Glass looks solid, lens seems to be doing quite well! My first true prime lens! Love the step back in time of having to set aperature on the lens manually and also manual focus.

    – Andy Mueller

  • VonMcKnelly
    VonMcKnellyover 5 years ago

    I have the same lens…my fav for fashion work and head shots. Great price, I payed a bit more 10 years ago but then it’s paid for itself long ago. I’ve yet to own anything but fixed lenses and it can be a pain carrying around the heavy buggers but that’s why I have assistants lol.

  • Cool, so you still use yours now? It is a sweet lens. I’m still looking to pick up an older Nikkor 105mm 2.5 Ai-s, any first hand experience with that one? I imagine that one would be good for portait work. Or the 85mm. Trying not to lug too much gear around since I’m the assistant …. hhehehe

    – Andy Mueller

  • VonMcKnelly
    VonMcKnellyover 5 years ago

    I let sit in the bag for years the 105 micro until recently and holy cow I can’t believe how great this lens is. It’s really sharp and shows every detail on a persons face…sometimes this ain’t so good if you know what I mean. With manual focus you can play with the dof big time.
    The 85 I use often for groups and weddings…good standard lens.

  • micheleirene
    micheleireneover 5 years ago

    Ahahahaha! Oh sorry….was that out loud…….I mean……….poor, poor Herman :(

    (Loving the banter between you and Von re: lenses :) I have been thinking about the 85mm so it is good to hear feedback from others.)

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