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Old Nov 13, 2006, 8:21 PM   #1
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Wow, very nice! I have never seen the juvenile before...donna
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Very very nice shots!! Only wish to get a photo like these!
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Very nice, Houston!!! There's just something about the mottling on the balds that I never get tired of gazing at! I'm anxiously awaiting their arrival here along the Mississippi, should bewithin afew weeks.They just so graceful & regal! Houston, just out of curiousity, could you tell me a little about the set-up of the shots? Was it flying low over a lake or river?Yourposition for them was excellent!Seems like they(immatures) like to fly higher when I get to see them....maybe I just haven't been living life right??

Thanks for the series & Here's to being glad that Ben Franklin was outvoted!

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These are fabulous! I was at the Conowingo Dam last week and saw many juveniles- saw one catch a fish and eat it in the tree just over my head. I don't have a proper telephoto lens, so my photo is for my memory only, but I too was amazed at the mottling and how it is just so beautiful in the sun. These are real keepers! THanks for sharing them.
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Old Nov 14, 2006, 8:35 PM   #10
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Great flight shots Houston! Well done!!

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