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Old Jun 4, 2016, 10:18 AM   #11
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Nicely done Steven.

Oly glass still shines !
Thank you Zig. Nice to hear from you, you need to keep visiting here. You will always be "emeritus photographer" here on the Olympus forum.
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Old Jun 8, 2016, 4:23 PM   #12
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Nice one, Steven!

Many years ago I lived out in the country and there was a homeless cat that hung out in the hood. One weekend morning when I was sitting outside it walked up to me with a field mouse it had caught, and proceeded to eat it. Not the best start of a weekend day I've ever had.
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Hi Ted, and thanks for the comments. You must be busy as you have not posted in a while.

I haven't been doing a lot of photography lately either. For the past year, we have been working on renovating a little retirement home where we now live in Sun City Center, Florida. That has taken up most of the time that I had for my photography hobby.
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That's a lovely shot, Steven. I wish our local raptors were as compliant as yours, they usually take their prey well away from prying eyes. I might stand a chance with our local Sparrowhawk when it takes one of the small birds from our feeders, but I'd have to do it through at least one window, not ideal.
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