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Old Jun 8, 2009, 8:13 AM   #1
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Old Jun 8, 2009, 1:43 PM   #2
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All great shots Jim,
at first I thought you must be lurking around my neighborhood. then I saw the rocks in the background in the last shot... we don't have rocks in Florida.
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Old Jun 8, 2009, 4:33 PM   #3
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GReat shots Jim,

last two - prey and hunter are my fav., the way they follow each other up might have something to do with that.

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Old Jun 8, 2009, 5:12 PM   #4
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All great shots Jim,
at first I thought you must be lurking around my neighborhood. then I saw the rocks in the background in the last shot... we don't have rocks in Florida.
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.
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All wonderful shots. I just got bitty flowers this weekend. Although, I did finally see a heron today flying overhead while I was driving. First I've seen this year.

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ROTFL! Oh yes, and I like the pictures, too.
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Great pix, especially like the Leopard Frog....what lens, camera and settings did you use?
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Terrific shots, all sharp, nice composition of the Heron.

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A great series of your local wildlife - nicely composed, fine colors, good detail. How did you get them all to face in the same direction??
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Great pix, especially like the Leopard Frog....what lens, camera and settings did you use?
All with the K20D, Tamron 70-300mm Di, Frog was at 180mm in macro, 1/180 sec, F8, Av, AWB.

Thanks for looking, Jim
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