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Old Jul 15, 2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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Old Jul 15, 2010, 10:14 PM   #2
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Whoa! Greg! Dude! Excellent image.
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Whoa! Greg! Dude! Excellent image.
Would we expect anything else? One of the pleasures of the day is seeing what Greg posts.

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Would we expect anything else? One of the pleasures of the day is seeing what Greg posts.

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Well said and ditto for me!

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Perfect image! Good composition as well!
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Greg, nice image.
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Thanks, guys.

I went back to the Trinity River Audubon Center Thursday evening after work and thats where I found this little guy. Unfortunately I found little else worth shooting. The wildlife had better sense than me and found somewhere else better to be with the the heat index hovering around 108 degrees.
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Nice indeed.

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Great shot, Greg

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The wildlife had better sense than me and found somewhere else better to be with the the heat index hovering around 108 degrees.
We're running close to that here in the mid-Atlantic States and the only time I want to be outside is at sunrise.

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