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Old Nov 25, 2007, 6:49 PM   #1
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Three hours of walking around in fresh fallen snow resulted in a mixed bag of captures.

First isa female downy woodpecker.
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Next, a white-breasted nuthatch.
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Old Nov 25, 2007, 6:51 PM   #3
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Third, a colourful cardinal....
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Lastly... taken on the way home. This large spike buck deer was feeding in a field, about 150 yards from the road I was on. I was too tired to go across the ditch and walk up to it so I shot it from the car. Actually, this is the first time I get a deer with antlers (well, spikes, anyways :-).Cheers, Dan
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great bird shots but i really like the deer pic, dan. with the border, it looks like it would make a great christmas card.

i only get to traipse around in 80 degree weather. thanks for showing me the other side and keep it coming.

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They all look cold. :-)



Great shots Dan. How do you get your subjects to pose for you especially the white breasted nuthatch? It looks similar to the carolina wren I've been trying to get a photo of and if they're as "energetic" as them.....:G


Thanks for posting them.



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Great shots Dan. I like the Downy and Nuthatch. Personaly I'd like to see a little more area around them in the frame though. You did a good job on the composition for the deer shot - Nice eye contact and subject position.

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