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Old Mar 8, 2005, 8:05 PM   #1
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It was one of the clearest days in the Central Valley I've seen for awhile. I went to the refuge knowing that most of the waterfowl have headed back up north. This young Red Tail Hawk was just sunning on the refuge sign. So I clicked off a few shots. Here they are.

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Wow, I really like the second. That background gives it an almost surreal water color effect.
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Excellent as always, Smac. Are you using your new Tele in any of these?
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Excellent as always, Smac. *Are you using your new Tele in any of these?
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On all of them
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Very nice. What was the distance you were shooting?
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Very nice. What was the distance you were shooting?
About 40 to 50 feet on this series. Give or take 10.
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You must look really friendly not to scare them off. Nice work.
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