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Old Nov 21, 2014, 9:21 PM   #1
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I frequently run across this guy hanging around one of the lakes in our neighborhood.





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Old Nov 22, 2014, 8:59 AM   #2
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....good looking GBH.

I've not seen one close most of the past summer. There is one staying at the neighborhood lake across from us; I see it when we leave our place, maybe should walk over there with a camera.
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great shots... thanks for sharing!
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Old Nov 22, 2014, 8:46 PM   #4
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Hey Steve

Thats a nice set of pics.. and an impressive looking bird. I think the first one would have been spot on had the beak not been blocked by the tree leaves.
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Hey Steve

Thats a nice set of pics.. and an impressive looking bird. I think the first one would have been spot on had the beak not been blocked by the tree leaves.
Thanks very much, Harj.

(Yes, I would have liked a better angle on shot #1, but I was as close as I dared and was standing between two pine trees. Didn't want to risk spooking him, and if I moved around either tree, there would be branches in the way. )
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Very nice shots Steven, the last one is my favorite.
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Very nice shots Steven, the last one is my favorite.
Thank you for looking and commenting, Marcelo.
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Just beautiful Steven. Thanks for posting.
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Thank you for looking and commenting, Alan. Always appreciate the comments.
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