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Old Mar 30, 2008, 7:54 PM   #1
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Perfect Landing - NOT - OspreyLand (6)


I almost had to bite my tongue so I wasn't laughing to hard to get these photos.

Ooooops, I should of picked a bigger limb
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Lean more to the left
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OK, straight down with the right leg
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Got it done, now I need to settle in. This Photo reminds me of a Olympic 100 yard contestant. On Your Mark, Get Ready and ....
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Looooking gooood
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He looked around for about a minute and then flew back to the nest where Ma was. She didn't have that "I am impressed look"
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Old Mar 30, 2008, 8:19 PM   #2
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Awesome series.
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Awesome series.
Thank you flutelady for the nice comment.



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Great capture and timing and subject.

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great series, as usual, Roger. :G haven't seen any osprey up here yet... hopefully i'll be able to get a shot or two this summer!
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Great shots Roger! Birds can have a goofier side just like us humans....cheers...Don
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Great capture and timing and subject.

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Thanks Nicholas for the nice comment and for looking.


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Old Mar 31, 2008, 5:24 PM   #8
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Fantastic shots Roger. Out of curiosity, would you mind sharing some of your post processing workflow?

Do you shoot RAW or JPEG?

AI Servo or one-shot?

Really great work.
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great series, as usual, Roger. :G haven't seen any osprey up here yet... hopefully i'll be able to get a shot or two this summer!
Hi Rocky, be patient they will show up. I am looking forward to your Osprey shots.





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Great shots Roger! Birds can have a goofier side just like us humans....cheers...Don
Don I think old Pa is goofy on all sides.



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