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Old Jun 4, 2010, 9:35 PM   #11
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Another sensational set....can't help but grin at the shots of the vireo. Keep 'em comin'

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Old Jun 5, 2010, 4:28 AM   #12
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Great series Mole
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Old Jun 5, 2010, 5:27 AM   #13
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Magnificent photos Mole.
Thanks for showing.
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Old Jun 5, 2010, 8:19 AM   #14
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the second rabbit. he has so much personality!! (haha, i feel like i sound like mom when i say that.) i like the first jewel wing better, it seems like some of his iridescence is lost somehow in the second photo. i'm not sure if that was lighting or what that made that happen. although the second one's face is alot cuter. (maybe creepier is the correct word there...) the second pondhawk's wings are off-angles from eachother. why is that? i like the forth dragonlett alot. i'm not sure if that's it or the photo of it. but, when you find out what it is, will you tell me please? thanks. baby vireo= adorable! i love how you can see his baby fuzz feathers sticking up every-which-way. mama bird needs to clean and brush his feathers next!!
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Old Jun 5, 2010, 10:16 AM   #15
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beautiful work again!
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Nothing less than spectacular!
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Another wonderful series! Babies of every species are cute and your pictures really bring that out so well.
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Old Jun 10, 2010, 6:23 PM   #18
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Frogfish - Thanks! Yes I did miss her tail, too excited by the moment to pay close enough attention...

GW - Glad to hear you enjoyed these - me too!

Tachikoma - Glad your dragonflies are returning. Yes that backlit shot was a fun one...

Ned - Thanks so much!

Paul - Thanks for saying so!

Ronny - Thank you!

BB2 - and thanks for looking and commenting!

Vole - thanks for all the detailed comments! The difference between the two Jewelwing shots is flash - the one you liked better was without flash. Pondhawk's wings were blowing in the breeze! (Hard to get a clear shot at a little bug shaking in the wind, but harder for the bug to hold on to the shaky grass!) The tiny dragonflies have matured (will post some photos soon) and developed full color. They are Banded-Winged MeadowHawks (a new record for our county!). And yes, I agree that little "fuzz head" sure is cute!

NMR - Thanks so much!

Ordo - I am blessed to live in a spectacular place. Thanks!

Harriet - Glad you enjoyed the cute little'uns!
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