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Old Mar 24, 2013, 4:44 PM   #1
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Old Mar 24, 2013, 5:42 PM   #2
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Nice shot, Fred. You got nice detail on the dark birds, which is difficult against such a white background. Well done. Did you use the 70-300?

Oh boy, that is a lot of ice and snow. I bet you are glad that Spring is here!
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Nice shot, Fred. You got nice detail on the dark birds, which is difficult against such a white background. Well done. Did you use the 70-300?

Oh boy, that is a lot of ice and snow. I bet you are glad that Spring is here!
Thank you VERY much Steven
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Rumor has it . It going to warm up this week
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Warm up to what...? 20f.

Nice shots though. Lots of detail in a engaging photo.
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Nice shot Fred.
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What I love about photography is all about the light. This is a very unusual photo, in that the light reflecting off the show has the underside of the wings brighter than the top side. Really good job, Fred!


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Yes FT 70 -300
Rumor has it . It going to warm up this week
Don't hold your breath - it's snowing in the DC area as I type this.
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Fred a fine shot.. esp as a first attempt.

Ted .. well spotted I didnt even notice the difference in the light
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Thank you every one for the nice comments


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Warm up to what...? 20f.

Nice shots though. Lots of detail in a engaging photo.
20 F ?? Warm, but Not that warm LOL
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Amazing picture Fred, more then welldone !!But it looks as cold as here, and wish you a better temp the 20F Here it is 4c atm and at night -2c, that is a way too cold for the time of year.
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