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Old May 8, 2009, 4:44 PM   #1
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Just not sure who is training who.

This guy hijacked my camera in Loxahatchee, said it was his home.

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Old May 8, 2009, 6:03 PM   #2
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Funny shot , did it return the camera or did you have to fight for it.
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Cool shot Ed, good thing you had the KM handy!
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Funny shot , did it return the camera or did you have to fight for it.
It did not give up esily. It left the top of the tripod and I thought it was gone. After a Half Mile ( one KM) walk back to the car I found it still clinging to one of the legs.

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Can we see some of his shots ?
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Can we see some of his shots ?
After seeing this red Shouldered Hawk in the viewfinder he was afraid of being eaten by his subject.

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Fascinating about how the grasshopper wouldn't give up. And neat pictures, too. Is that a macro rail below your ball head?
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