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Old Jul 31, 2006, 8:46 PM   #1
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Captured the following with my DL and 50-200mm during a recent visit to the East Cost (Eastern Long Island, NY). Cropping and sharpening applied using Picasa.

I had no idea that swans hung out in salt water.



A pair of Cormorants



Caught this Osprey in flight.


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Old Jul 31, 2006, 9:48 PM   #2
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Why the title, "Marine Aviators?" There were folks, like me, thaose were Naval Aviators for major US airlines, that went on to become Boeing 747 Captains who have flown all over the world. Does that make our photos look any better? Any less? You have me wondering? Jelpee!

Perhaps you are only referring to the swans. But then, I would be letting you off much too easily. And I am not going to do that!

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jelpee-

Why the title, "Marine Aviators?" There were folks, like me, thaose were Naval Aviators for major US airlines, that went on to become Boeing 747 Captains who have flown all over the world. Does that make our photos look any better? Any less? You have me wondering? Jelpee!

Perhaps you are only referring to the swans. But then, I would be letting you off much too easily. And I am not going to do that!

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MT/Sarah,

No offense intended to Naval Avaiators. The title was simply a reference to "marine" as in ocean/salt water vs one of the armed forces! Jay
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