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Old Mar 1, 2008, 7:32 AM   #1
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Beautiful series Bob. Looks like you had a cooperative subject. Nicely done!....cheers..Don
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Thanks, Don. He stayed for a couple of minutes.
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Great timing to get some super captures. You done did gooood.



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fantastic shots bob. the image quality is quite spectacular. my only suggestion would be to clone out that branch the goes behind the hawks head. otherwise the pic is already top notch.

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Thanks Roger & Hung. Hung, here's a try at the easy one.
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Here's one of the harder ones. Do most of you guys crop out branches like that?
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