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Old Jun 6, 2005, 11:37 PM   #1
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Below is a potpourri of photos taken over the past week, ones that I separated out for one reason or another.

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Norther Shoveller: I was driving down a country road and this beauty was working at finding a meal under the water. He allowed me to get close and take a few shots but I could see it getting nervous. As you can see in the photos below, it was extremely interested in my comings and goings:



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I never ever see these porcupines but I caught this one on the same afternoon I got the Shoveller. It was on it's way to a pile of deadfall and I got in it's way. It was running as fast as it could when this photo was taken...about 2 mph.



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All really great shots norm. The first to goldfinch shots are unusually light.
Not refering to exposure or any photo thing, refering to the actual paleness
of the bird. Even the females I've seen, though not bright yellow, have a
darker coloration. Perhaps it's a juvy?

Great catch on the porcupine!
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Im partial to the porcupine shot:-)
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My favorites are the flight shot and the porcupine although they are all top quality indeed. You always have some very good stuff.

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