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Old Mar 21, 2014, 12:47 PM   #1
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Default random shots from last weekend.

Not much of a "set" or theme other than there were all shot at the same time. Some 45 and some 45-200.



A big heron rookery. I wish I had something longer and it wasnt so backlit:











I still don't know why there was an astronaut suit at the nature center, but I think this is my favorite one of the lot:
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Old Mar 21, 2014, 2:37 PM   #2
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Very nice shots Sammy, the "condominium" on picture 2 is just amazing, never saw something like that..!!

Thank you for posting.

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hey sammy I really enjoy the B&W shots and the kid drawing or writing.
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hey sammy I really enjoy the B&W shots and the kid drawing or writing.

Agreed.

Scrolling through them is like having a photo slideshow set on random. Fun to watch.

Thanks for posting.
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Nice shots Sammy.
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Nice shots Sammy.
I agree.
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This is a fun set, I enjoyed it more than once and the herons images are fantastic.
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Though it gives me the willies, that is a nice portrait of the snake. I trust you were shooting through glass...

The rookery and your wish for something longer -- isn't that what we all say in similar situations
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