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Old May 9, 2016, 11:06 PM   #11
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Great pictures Mole. I just got home from a trip to Cherokee and Gatlinburg and surrounding areas. Didn't see any herps, but saw a lot of mama bears with cubs.
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Thanks for posting those splendid photos, mole - and as for "critique", I simply don't feel qualified. I just know what I like; especially natural images of creatures that don't exist in the wild where I live.
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Up to your usual standard of excellence in both photos and narrative! Great series, Mole!
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Robert - Sounds like a fun and successful Smokies trip. Did you get any good shots of the bears?

Scoot - Thanks for your very kind words!

Gary - So glad you enjoyed the words as well as the snapshots!
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[QUOTE=mole;1405993]Robert - Sounds like a fun and successful Smokies trip. Did you get any good shots of the bears?

None you would approve of, I'm afraid. I left my long lens at the hotel, so I was stuck all day with an 18-135mm lens. Not long enough for the distance I had to shoot. This is about as good as it got that day. This was cropped.

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Up to your usual standard of excellence in both photos and narrative! Great series, Mole!
I agree with Gary, nice job Mole, Cold Blooded animals are not my thing but you made them interesting and nicely shot

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