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Old Dec 26, 2006, 10:05 AM   #11
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Wow, all of your photos are fantastic but the ones of the eage are just out of this world!!! such a magnificant bird and you surely captured him in his glory. and the owl and the elk.....

we, too, had about plus 5C temperatures and took puppy to the park for a walk on Christmas day and he had real muddy feet when we returned.

But, had a super Chrismtmas with the kids..
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Great shots under very difficult conditions. If I had to pick the second would be my favorite also. If I tried that certain parts of my body would be frozen off.:-)
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Old Dec 26, 2006, 2:04 PM   #13
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nice shot and incredible effort to taking pictures in that condition
486dx2 good morning to YA!!! thanks for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.

I don't see it as a effort if I am out in the woods looking for wildlife.

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Very nice, Roger. Great job and what dedication. As I may have said here before, the prettiest snow and ice I have ever seen was on a postcard, and these photos fit that description.

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Hi Jerry I hope you all had a nice Holiday. thanks for the comment.

The only dedication involved was me being dedicated to getting out of my office.

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Roger, I just love your photos! I would like to get that kind of clarity with my tele lens but alas...I just can't seem to. ) Thanks for surviving the freezing temps for those.

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Hi Beth, thank you for looking and for the nice comment. Keep trying with your tele lens and they will get better.

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Wow, all of your photos are fantastic but the ones of the eage are just out of this world!!! such a magnificant bird and you surely captured him in his glory. and the owl and the elk.....

we, too, had about plus 5C temperatures and took puppy to the park for a walk on Christmas day and he had real muddy feet when we returned.

But, had a super Chrismtmas with the kids..
Good to here you all had a nice Christmas. Thank you for the nice comment.

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Great shots under very difficult conditions. If I had to pick the second would be my favorite also. If I tried that certain parts of my body would be frozen off.:-)
tcook hi to YA!!!! A nice comment thank you. I just wear layers and use gloves until it is time to press the shutter.

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