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Old Aug 21, 2011, 9:59 PM   #1
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A couple of shots from today's outing.
American Goldfinch and Yellow-crowned Night Heron.
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Old Aug 22, 2011, 8:25 AM   #2
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Like them both but the Goldfinch shot is excellent. Great detail, color, composition and the environment you captured the Goldfinch in is stunning. You should be proud of this shot, I know I would be.

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I agree with JJ, both are great, but the first are special for colours, details and composition! Congrats Craig
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good shots Craig, #1 is a 'golden capture'
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Really fab shots, love No.1 - your composition is excellent. More please
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Thanks everyone. It ONLY took 22 shots to get the Goldfinch pic.
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Nice rich color and detail shots, Craig. Good job.

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Thanks everyone. It ONLY took 22 shots to get the Goldfinch pic.
Only 22, wow, you are good.

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I agree - the Goldfinch is a superb shot!
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