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Old Jul 3, 2008, 1:05 AM   #11
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Thanks, all. Jim & Dan, I have a favorite spot near my home that has a fixed bird blind.

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Excellent details. Would have been even better if it had been zoomed out a bit to have the whole bird captured as well as leaving outa bit more space to make the shot less impactful.
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Outstanding shots.
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Thanks guys. Wk7, I have tons of shots of the whole birds, I like to have profile shots now & then because they show detail you don't otherwise get to see.

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