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Old Feb 23, 2014, 10:42 PM   #1
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Default Robert Moses Bridge Sunset

Yesterday was a beautiful day so I spent the entire day at Fire Island shooting Snowy Owls and at my return to home I shoot this one of the bridge that connect Long island with Fire Island and the Robert Moses State Park.

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Old Feb 23, 2014, 11:05 PM   #2
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Really too bad they named anything for Robert Moses, but that is beautiful. Probably not a coincidence one end doe not end up in Brooklyn.
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Beautifully crafted and textured shot.

When can we expect the snowy owls?
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Very nice shot Marcello.
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Really too bad they named anything for Robert Moses, but that is beautiful. Probably not a coincidence one end doe not end up in Brooklyn.
Robert Moses was a very controversial person because of his structures went through low income areas but is something that still in practice in this country and every city in the world.

I'm glad you like the picture.
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Beautifully crafted and textured shot.

When can we expect the snowy owls?
Well I know some spotted the beautiful owl in Jacksonville Fl and e-bird.com also shows some reports in your state.
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Very nice shot Marcello.
Thank you James.
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Beautiful sunset shot. Nice composition and timing.
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Hey Mareclo

First thoughts .. damn thats nice "
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Beautiful sunset shot. Nice composition and timing.
What he said! Well done Marcelo.
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