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Old Dec 4, 2008, 7:33 PM   #1
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What they do when they are not fishing. (K20D with DA55-300, hand held)

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3 Cruising (the water is green from an algal bloom)
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These are wonderful! Exposure is tough with the white pelicans - the one time I tried they weren't very good. Where were these taken? The only place I've seen white ones is around the Salton Sea. Would love to know where I could see them that might be a bit closer.
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Those are great exposures of those white feathers, very nice shots.

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