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Snow Leopards far away ( Martin Tomas, Kowa Prominar 883. )

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Old Friday 6th March 2020, 23:50   #1
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Snow Leopards far away ( Martin Tomas, Kowa Prominar 883. )

Kowa had shared this over on their FB page yesterday; thought I would share it here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IybX...tN0P2Hob93nV7c

Stunning indeed!

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Kowa had shared this over on their FB page yesterday; thought I would share it here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IybX...tN0P2Hob93nV7c

Stunning indeed!

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Impressive! The Bharal were impressive too. Head butting each other on the edge of tiny outcroppings. Crazy! LOL
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Wow that was great, after watching that we would stand no chance against one of the those, not that I ever thought that before.
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Seeing 7 is pretty amazing. Given the distances you’re going to need to bring a bigger scope next time!

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