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Old Feb 28, 2005, 2:22 PM   #1
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Nice shots Mullen. Your chickadee is really good. You got some really nice detail
and a good exposure on a difficult bird. The stuff on the right in the pic of the
cardinals is a little distracting. You may think about a tighter crop on that one.
The downy is nice and clean with nice contrast. Good shot of the deer.
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How's that Woodmeister?
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All wonderful photos! I especially like the cardinals and the deer (I have not seen too many close up shots of deer on here). I am constantly amazed how close these are. You must be a kindred spirit to the "bird-world" - I think you need a good indian name - If only I spoke a native language!
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Very good shots of the two birds that just want be nice to me or havent't yet anyhow. The Downy and the Chickadee. I like them the best. They are nice and sharp bmullen. Good work
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Thanks a lot everybody. Suze, I almost always crop my bird shots inorder to see more detail, which makes them look closer than I really was. I was probably ten feet from the woodpecher and about ten yards away from the cardinals.
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Nice shots bmullen. I especially like the cardinals. I don't think I've ever seen one live. Must be unique to a different area than the west coast. Well done......thekman.
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