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Old Oct 17, 2009, 11:22 PM   #11
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All wonderful pictures as usual. Looks like you have mastered that long glass. The wet mushrooms are great shots as are the water drops.

We had our first snow here in MA on Friday AM. Just a dusting but none the less snow. Big Nor'easter coming in tomorrow.

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Old Oct 17, 2009, 11:56 PM   #12
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Great as usual, mole. I think the second heron with it's toes hanging off the side is hilarious. I do love them all, though.

Lou - is that the forecast for tomorrow? I had hoped they were going to change that. I hadn't seen a forecast since real early this morning. I'm not ready for this!

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Thank You for sharing your wonderful world.
Out of the first set of landscapes I love the colours in the second and the misty view is wonderful in the third.
The third mushroom shot is magical, I can just imagine the Faeries dancing under them in the moonlight.
You certainly are getting the hang of the 'new' lens, the Heron shot is quite good and the Duck taking off is terrific.
The stand out of all these good shots for me is the Hawk, fantastic pose, beautiful eyes, the moment captured so well.

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Old Oct 19, 2009, 6:07 PM   #14
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Thanks for all the kind and positive comments!

Paul - Yes, I guess we are a bit ahead of you in the season, already much leaf drop, and our first widespread frost this morning!

Dr. C - thanks for such kind praise! Glad you enjoy this awesome corner of His creation!

GW - Thanks so much - I do have a lot of fun trying out all the angles...

Lou - thanks! Have not yet mastered it, but am still working. Had some time to try it out at my birdfeeder today, and may post some shots later, if time permits. By the way, you can keep all your snow - we don't want any yet!!

Patty - Thanks! He was a very still and cooperative subject - and he does have cute toes, doesn't he!

Rodney - thanks for all the kind words! That hawk is indeed a beautiful bird - too bad his wing injuries have made him a captive...
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Old Oct 20, 2009, 12:47 AM   #15
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Is that you in the water droplet?

Another enjoyable and gorgeous series!
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Old Oct 20, 2009, 9:19 AM   #16
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Hi Mole
Wow; as per usual you set a standard for most of us to aspire to!
However, second Heron shot has a severe purplish colour, I presume its not naturally like that?
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Cameannee - it sure looks like some photographer's reflection... Thanks - I didn't notice that!

BB- thanks for your kind words. I had to do a bit of "tinkering" with that shot to get rid of some CA - may have tinkered too far. Will try again.
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Great as usual, Mole-

A wonderful series. I love the mushrooms.

Have a great day.

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Thanks Sarah - you have a great day too!
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Yet another theme well presented. And the fungus among us are exquisitely rendered.
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