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gjtoth Jul 13, 2010 7:45 AM

Hawk with the HS-10
 
This guy was on the hunt for a juvenile woodchuck. He never did get him. He was very ticked... probably venting, as he was VERY vocal. :) heheheh He stayed around just to make sure the woodchuck was not going to return. I can always tell when these guys around. The feeding station is conspicuously absent of customers. :eek:

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corkpix Jul 13, 2010 11:02 AM

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Originally Posted by gjtoth (Post 1117176)
This guy was on the hunt for a juvenile woodchuck.....

Great shots. I really like the last one.

mtclimber Jul 13, 2010 11:53 AM

Nice series, Gary-

A thoroughly good job!

Sarah Joyce

Wardonia Jul 13, 2010 1:04 PM

Super pics, Gary. You're so fortunate in having such varied wildlife in your area that large-city dwellers never encounter. Your expertise with the HS 10 and subject matter is enviable.

gjtoth Jul 13, 2010 3:36 PM

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Originally Posted by corkpix (Post 1117253)
Great shots. I really like the last one.

Quote:

Originally Posted by mtclimber (Post 1117277)
Nice series, Gary-

A thoroughly good job!

Sarah Joyce

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wardonia (Post 1117305)
Super pics, Gary. You're so fortunate in having such varied wildlife in your area that large-city dwellers never encounter. Your expertise with the HS 10 and subject matter is enviable.

Thanks very much, everyone.

@Wardonia -

I live in the suburbs of Louisville. But, if I lived in downtown Louisville, I would find SOMETHING to capture. The more you use your camera, the better you get to know what it can and can't do (which ain't much with the HS-10!). Once you know that, you can develop your technique/style. I have at least one camera with me ALWAYS because the time you don't is the time you'll wish you did.

Doit4fun Jul 15, 2010 12:50 PM

Nice shots :cool2:


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