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Old Apr 3, 2010, 3:20 AM   #1
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Default Wildlife Pic's from todays hike...

I posted these in the Photo Section, but can't leave them out of the Panny Section...some of them are really nice...







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Old Apr 3, 2010, 6:58 AM   #2
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Very nice up close and personal. Can I ask if you altered the saturation on the turtle as the colors are quite vibrant.

The owl is an amazing find; I'm almost going to accuse you of being at the zoo.

Nice job
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The owl is a great picture. We have several that like to "talk" to each other at about 4 in the morning. Every now & then I'll see one in the day.
Keep 'em coming.
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Very nice up close and personal. Can I ask if you altered the saturation on the turtle as the colors are quite vibrant.

The owl is an amazing find; I'm almost going to accuse you of being at the zoo.

Nice job
No alteration just upped the saturation onboard the camera +1...the Owl is the one with the messed up colors as I over saturated him and the underneath feathers turned green slightly....
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The owl is a great picture. We have several that like to "talk" to each other at about 4 in the morning. Every now & then I'll see one in the day.
Keep 'em coming.
This Owl was talking back and forth to another Owl as he /she moved closer locating the other Owl...just happened to land behind me (Between me and the Sun and it made for an interesting situation...either shoot first and talk later or try and adjust exposure...I shot first and ask questions later glad i did because by the time I had shot 5 pictures he/she was off to the other Owl....I never would have gotten the shot that you see here...
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