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Old Jul 19, 2013, 3:05 PM   #11
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Really, wow. I imagined them to be bigger somehow. Must have been lovely to see though. Thanks for sharing.
Here's a shot for sizing. The red curb is only about 8" (20cm) high!! Happy to report that they safely crossed the road with mum

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Old Jul 19, 2013, 4:21 PM   #12
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Raghu, are you saying i ventured to go where everyone else dared to, lol?
Well she is back now even if it was my doing it is good to have her back.
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Incredible, can you send me one Saly? (kidding of course) maybe now.
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Great shots...I love the hummingbird...you nailed it!
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Oooh, I am in awe. Such skill--thanks so much for the major eye candy.
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Great shots...I love the hummingbird...you nailed it!
Thanks DML, appreciate your kind words! Hummers are always my favorite subject (especially when they perch still for me!)
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Oooh, I am in awe. Such skill--thanks so much for the major eye candy.
Thank you Jazz! These FZ's are really great little cameras.
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