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Old Nov 27, 2007, 1:02 PM   #1
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Bosque Del Apache reflections

One of my goals from my trip to Bosque Del Apache was to get photos that had some sort of reflection in them.


















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I would say you accomplished your goal, Roger. Nice reflections and overall nice photos. Makes me wish I was there.
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nice work wacky roger. looks like a fun place to go shoot. great light and lots of birds.

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Nothing attracts birds like water in the desert. Nice work - cranes are neat birds.
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Bosque Del Apache reflections

One of my goals from my trip to Bosque Del Apache was to get photos that had some sort of reflection in them.


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Great pictures. The last - is it Anas acuta?

The next last one - why not a straight horizon? :-)

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I would say you accomplished your goal, Roger. Nice reflections and overall nice photos. Makes me wish I was there.
Thanks Sabine for the kind comment and for taking the time to look.



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nice work wacky roger. looks like a fun place to go shoot. great light and lots of birds.

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Royce if you ever get a chance to go to Bosque Del Apache when the birds are there it is a fun place to fill some memory cards.


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Nothing attracts birds like water in the desert. Nice work - cranes are neat birds.
I also like to watch cranes they really do have some strange positions.



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Bosque Del Apache reflections

One of my goals from my trip to Bosque Del Apache was to get photos that had some sort of reflection in them.


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Great pictures. The last - is it Anas acuta?

The next last one - why not a straight horizon? :-)

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Great pictures. The last - is it Anas acuta? I have no idea about all I could figue out is it is some kind of Duck.

The next last one - why not a straight horizon? Probaly cuz I was tired and was not really paying attention when I took the photo and also when I cropped it. I will fix it in the image I am going to keep. Thanks for letting me know.



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Great pictures. The last - is it Anas acuta?

Hi, Torgny. Yes it is Anas acuta - we call it a Pintail Duck.
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