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Old Jul 6, 2010, 1:55 AM   #11
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I know I'm going to enjoy the series every time I click into one of your sets

Obelisking : you learn something new every day - thank you for the lesson !

Preferred #1 Hay shot - for the cloud formations although #2 has better symmetry as far as the hay is concerned.

Great captures of the tiny Amberwing - I actually like #3 the best (interesting perspective) even though you couldn't guess what it was from that shot !

Bat - lovely shots, so cute !
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the insects are well done, but I like the hay in the field. It's something you see a lot but not easy to capture the feeling on "film". but you did it.
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Magnificent series , wish I could find that many different dragonflies, but then the part where I live I'm already happy for the few I find.

Really like the bat shot, another incredible for me, to find that on a tree.

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