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Old Aug 25, 2006, 7:22 PM   #1
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I Went Hunting Crows

I was looking at my photo gallery and decided I needed a couple more
crows. So " Hunting crows I will go"

A Hunting Crows I went.








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Old Aug 25, 2006, 8:32 PM   #2
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HO! HO! Off Wacky goes.
Roger, you definetly have something to "CROW" about. Those are some nice photos. The second appears to be a crop of the first. But as usual, you do present rather award winning photos of wildlife in your area.

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Old Aug 25, 2006, 8:48 PM   #3
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Evening Mr. Jerry the WORD SMITH. I would have to look to be sure but I think the 2nd is a different photo of the crow in the 1st photo. These BLACK things are diffulcult for me to get a decent picture.

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Roger, you definetly have something to "CROW" about. Those are some nice photos. The second appears to be a crop of the first. But as usual, you do present rather award winning photos of wildlife in your area.

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Old Aug 25, 2006, 9:12 PM   #4
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LOL. Thought I try to rustle a feather. CAW CAw
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Jerry, you be "THE MAN" when it comes to making me laugh with your way with words.

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Very Edgar Allen Poe! Thanks for sharing your pictures. Donna
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Thank you Donna

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Nicely done, there are a lot of crows around here and I've got more than a few pictures of them, they're not as easy to shoot as some might think. That 'black on black' can make getting the feather detail tough.

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Wow those are some scruffy looking birds. Used to love the crows in Minnesota. The crows here are extinct, except for a few living in a zoo cage.
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Excellent. We have a lot of crows in our area but as I would imagine you have the same problem as they are VERY camera shy and hard to get near.
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