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Old Feb 14, 2007, 1:19 PM   #1
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I found them just as the sun was starting to go down for the day.

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A big STREEEETCH for dinner



Here they are when I found them



Where I found them and a close up



Posing for the camera



A different Buck looking for the Crow. I used a crow call to get him to look. Next fall with his new antlers he will be a trophy Buck




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Old Feb 14, 2007, 2:41 PM   #2
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Great shots Roger,

your hunting skills turn those (and all other) wild things into increddible photoshoots.

Again always great to see your shots

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(hunting skills - because I don't know any other way to describe them)
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Old Feb 14, 2007, 2:54 PM   #3
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rhermans wrote:
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Great shots Roger,

your hunting skills turn those (and all other) wild things into increddible photoshoots.

Again always great to see your shots

Ronny
(hunting skills - because I don't know any other way to describe them)
A vry nice comment thank you Ronny.

IMHO: I do think that is what I do is HUNT wildlife. I never have understood why people get upset with the word Hunt or Hunting. Think about it what do little kids do at easter???? HUNT Easter eggs. Hunting wildlife with a camera, IMHO is more diffulcult than using a gun. Additional things one needs to consider sun & low light.


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Nice captures. That's what I like about wildlife photography. It really does feel like I am hunting a prey. Very exciting and a good way to spend an afternoon outdoors.
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Nice captures. That's what I like about wildlife photography. It really does feel like I am hunting a prey. Very exciting and a good way to spend an afternoon outdoors.
Hi there royce. thank you for the kind words about my photos and for taking the time to look.

No question in my mind I am going hunting when I take my camera bag and go looking for wildlife.

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