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Old Apr 25, 2013, 9:31 PM   #11
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Hope your season is at least as exciting as ours here in Northeast Tennessee!

Will again be "out on the trail" a lot the next week or two, and so won't be able to post much. But thanks in advance for any comments, critique and suggestions!
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Lovely stuff as usual mate, thanks for sharing your world.
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Great shots Mole, thanks for the botany lesson this week, not only do get to see your great shots but learn about the content as well. Now they are more than just nice images.

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Mike - And thanks for taking time to comment!

Hans - You are too kind!
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Old May 6, 2013, 9:30 PM   #15
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Wonderful images as always Mole. I am especially taken with your photos of the wood ducks. Wood ducks are fairly common in this area, but for whatever reason, I have never seen one in the wild. Clearly, that means I need to get outside more often!
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Dawn is also a good time because heavy dew gems the blooms. Here are some Blue Phacelia just coming into bloom on a recent early morning...
Wow, just love the colour, clarity and all in this shot! Well done! Really enjoy this and your recent flower shots!!!
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Beautiful series, I really enjoyed it.

Makes me want to go to Tennessee.

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Excellent series..
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MtnMan - Glad you enjoyed the snapshots! Wood Ducks are fairly common here too, but very shy. Had to hide behind a tree trunk, knee deep in mud, for about a 1/2 hour to get these not very good shots...

Ned - Thanks so much! I have a LOT more recent spring photos, but little spare time for PP and posting lately...

Marcelo - Thanks for your kind words! Hope you are able to visit Tennessee one of these days soon.

D/D - Thanks so much!
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