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Old May 16, 2005, 9:02 PM   #1
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Great shots mullen, I like the first one best and the last one comes in a close second. I would think about cloning out that branch above the head of the last one, though, as it would be a relatively minor operation and would help alot IMO. You're doing a great job of getting close to these. I never can.
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Nice series. I am not having much luck with jays & robins this year. Their numbers seem much lower this yr. in my local park.
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Thanks guys. Norm, I took your advice. Here's what I did. I do like it better. Thanks.
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First time I've seen a bluejay or even pics of a bluejay. Very nice set of photos here bmullen. The texture and the colour variations of the particular patch on the bluejay's wings is quite magnificent.
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Thanks, Kenny. I didn't realize you didn't have them out there. They are quite common here.
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