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Old Dec 14, 2006, 12:08 PM   #1
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Turkey Vulture (FZ30)

I am still going thru some old folders from summer and I found a few I am going to keep and add to my photo gallery.

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Great detail and amazing range.
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bmullen thanks for the nice comment and thanks for taking the time to look.

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Great series as always, Roger! I really enjoy your inset shots! I've got to figure out how to do those....gotta to play around with Photoshop Elements 3 some more to see if it can be done. You really have the knack! Keep going through those old shots for some more!

Looking forward to them!

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Good morning to YA!! Ron. Thanks for the nice words and for taking the time to look.

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Great series as always, Roger! I really enjoy your inset shots! I've got to figure out how to do those....gotta to play around with Photoshop Elements 3 some more to see if it can be done. You really have the knack! Keep going through those old shots for some more!

Looking forward to them!

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