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Old Dec 10, 2010, 8:04 PM   #1
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Old Dec 10, 2010, 8:08 PM   #2
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Oh, man! That's in your backyard, ain't it? mmmmmmmmmm NICE!
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Oh, man! That's in your backyard, ain't it? mmmmmmmmmm NICE!
Hi Gary: no, this one was not in my back yard, I had to hike a long way, (about 5 minutes walk) up the golf course for that shot. The small lakes that make up the water hazards around the golf course usually attract a lot of birds. But we photographers go to great lengths to get the shot. LOL

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Hi Gary: no, this one was not in my back yard, I had to hike a long way, (about 5 minutes walk) up the golf course for that shot. The small lakes that make up the water hazards around the golf course usually attract a lot of birds. But we photographers go to great lengths to get the shot. LOL

---Hey what am I saying, aren't you the one that just takes all those super bird shots thru your window without ever leaving your house??
uh... mebbe.
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Old Dec 11, 2010, 2:37 AM   #5
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Hey Steven,

This is a great picture, but it may be a little heavy on the top. I might crop out enough of the dark upper portion to balance the bottom leaving about the same size darkness as the dark grass in the upper area. No? Frank
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Hi Steve,
Very nice, Think I would second what Frank said and crop off the top.
Striking picture.
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Sounds like a visit to the barber - "just crop a little off the top please."
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