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Old Sep 14, 2012, 2:50 PM   #1
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Another one of the Walking Stick I found Sunday.

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Old Sep 14, 2012, 3:36 PM   #2
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good shot, Ive never seen one of these things
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Just wanted to say that this is a lovely photo! Wish mine were all this sharp .

Only pity is that the antennaes didn't get completely on the photo
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Oh Jim, you know how much I love these guys, and really hope to see one someday. This is a terrific shot, showing off how truly amazing the way they are camouflaged! This shot belongs in a field guide.
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Excellent shot...colors and details...
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Lovely shot Jim, this has a 'professional' touch - the composition, the colors, the background, everything about it - if only you could have got the front paw and antler(?) within the frame!
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good shot, Ive never seen one of these things
Thanks Gordy.

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Just wanted to say that this is a lovely photo! Wish mine were all this sharp .

Only pity is that the antennaes didn't get completely on the photo
Thanks for taking a look and I agree.

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Oh Jim, you know how much I love these guys, and really hope to see one someday. This is a terrific shot, showing off how truly amazing the way they are camouflaged! This shot belongs in a field guide.
I knew you would enjoy this one Saly, thanks for the kind words. Hope you get a shot at one sometime, they are a challenge.

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Lovely shot Jim, this has a 'professional' touch - the composition, the colors, the background, everything about it - if only you could have got the front paw and antler(?) within the frame!
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Thanks Raugu, appreciated. The problem with walking sticks is they never stop walking.

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Stunning photo! I especially love the colorful blurred background! This really sets the subject off, beautifully!

If you had gotten the rest of his antennas & his foot in, the photo would not have been as close, giving such excellent detail!
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Now that is a neat picture! I really like the way the blurred background has similar colors to the legs. I am very glad you were able to find him again to take this shot! I haven't seen one of those since I was a kid.
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