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Old Sep 27, 2009, 5:32 PM   #11
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Yours looks great Goldwinger!
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Old Sep 27, 2009, 5:34 PM   #12
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They both look good, I will go back and play around a little with them again and maybe I can make them pop a little like you guys did. Good job.
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What a great opportunity just to see them, let alone get pics like you did. TFS.
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Mike - a great series of raptors! Also great to see/hear of the rescue work.
By the way, many of our parks have captive raptors, and you are welcome to come photograph them "up close and personal" if you'd like.
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Very nice raptor portraits Mike. The community edits were great contributions to the thread as well.

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What a great opportunity just to see them, let alone get pics like you did. TFS.
The sad thing is that this festival has been going for 24 years and I never knew about it before.

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Mike - a great series of raptors! Also great to see/hear of the rescue work.
By the way, many of our parks have captive raptors, and you are welcome to come photograph them "up close and personal" if you'd like.
If I'm ever in Tennessee I will most certainly consider doing that. Thank you for the kind words.

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Very nice raptor portraits Mike. The community edits were great contributions to the thread as well.

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Thank you, and I do appreciate very much the edits as well gives me something to work with next time.
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