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Old Jul 8, 2005, 2:04 AM   #1
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A few early morning TCON shots of sandpipers.


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Great shots,Dawg!..and with the tcon too.Nice and sharp.Did you use a tripod?
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No tripod on these but I was resting my arms on the edge of the deck at the condo! They were so far away that it was sometimes hard to follow them around as they are very fast and almost never still for long.



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it was sometimes hard to follow them around as they are very fast and almost never still for long.


Sounds like your describing a tribe of Indians, LOL, or at least my tribe.
nice shots, Ed. I lke the clarity of them. I'll bet those suckers are fast, what with those long legs.

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