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Old Jan 31, 2006, 10:35 AM   #1
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Old Jan 31, 2006, 1:21 PM   #3
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Smiles, nice pics. I like the second pic. of the blue jay but as you might know I'm biased toward blue.

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Great shots, Sandy-

They are really sharp and colorful.

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Nice shots, Sandy, you nailed that squirell

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Nice ones Sandy. The bluejays are realy skittish around here right now. Harder to get a shot of one than a cardinal!



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Thanks for the comments,and the corrections MT.Yes Dawg the jays are skittish here to,I seem to do better with them than the cards.I think they all see my reflection in the window so they don't linger long

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Sandy-

It was certainly not really a "correction" at all. I could see the sharpness, and the excellent photo. It just needed to be tweaked a bit.

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Really nice shots Sandy.

No offense to MT, but I like your color better. It doesn't look fake.

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No Offence taken, Tracy.

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