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Old Jun 9, 2009, 1:13 PM   #11
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I especially liked #1 & #4 Ah, but the hare reminded me of my daughter's which passed recently Since this is not C&T forum, I hope you don't mind my simple suggestion of clonning out the stick pointing at the heron's head which I find distracting but could be healed easily. Again, thanks for sharing!
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Old Jun 9, 2009, 1:30 PM   #12
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How did you get them all to face in the same direction??
Yeah, after I posted these I wondered when someone would ask about that.

By coincidence. Rabbit was in my neighbor's yard facing that direction.
I could have gotten to the other side of the duck, but didn't want to scare him off. The frog was in my flower bed, between me and the house and this was the only approach. The Heron is an interesting story. I had my two granddaughters with me; and the 5 year old spoted the Heron below us as we were walking across a bridge, otherwise I would have never seen him.

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Thanks all for looking. Just wish I had the variety of birds some of you have in Florida and Oz, or the time to go find them.

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You don't have cool weather in June either. Mostly in the 60's up here in Buffalo, NY. But we do still have our Bills - Gas Bill, Electric Bill, and Bill's wife Hillary.

LOL, I can deal with the utility bills, you can keep Bill's wife!
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Old Jun 9, 2009, 9:47 PM   #14
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I especially liked #1 & #4 Ah, but the hare reminded me of my daughter's which passed recently Since this is not C&T forum, I hope you don't mind my simple suggestion of clonning out the stick pointing at the heron's head which I find distracting but could be healed easily. Again, thanks for sharing!
Bahadir, my friend. Sorry to hear about your daughter's pet. I don't mind at all, and your suggestion put me to the task which improves the shot, thanks for the tip.



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Old Jun 18, 2009, 11:27 PM   #15
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All with the K20D, Tamron 70-300mm Di, Frog was at 180mm in macro, 1/180 sec, F8, Av, AWB.

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Jim, all very nice shots, and good suggestion from Bahadir, and result.
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