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Old Mar 18, 2006, 11:08 PM   #1
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Old Mar 18, 2006, 11:09 PM   #3
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nice shots all, but i really like his quizzical expression in the last one. very nicely done...
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Nice clear shots. It is always interesting for me to be on an overseas based forum. It meansthat mostof the bird shots are of birds i havnt seen before. I like that. :-)
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Old Mar 20, 2006, 7:15 PM   #6
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Mountain Hawk, I'm so glad you responded. This is a very common bird around here, but I decided to post it for the very reason that you mentioned. I've seen posts of Robins from other countries that look nothing like ours, so I thought maybe some of those folks might enjoy this. Thanks. Squirrel, my wife agrees with you. She liked that one the best, too.
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Mountain Hawk, I'm so glad you responded. This is a very common bird around here, but I decided to post it for the very reason that you mentioned. I've seen posts of Robins from other countries that look nothing like ours, so I thought maybe some of those folks might enjoy this. Thanks. Squirrel, my wife agrees with you. She liked that one the best, too.
I like these shots as well Mullen. And I'm bored with my own shots of Robins, and you've inspired me to take some more.

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Old Mar 20, 2006, 7:26 PM   #8
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I guess that is where i fail. I dont post the pictures of the local birds for the same reason we forget to appreciate the things that surround us....for the sadfact thatthey are common. I will make sure that I post these from now on because as I mentioned above it is nice to see the local wildlife from other places. Thanks.
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I agree with Mountain Hawk, its so nice to see birds that we dont get, and i especially love the Robin which is very common in the UK, but i love to study this little bird in my garden, and never cease to get bored photographing it. Lovely shots, of a lovely bird. www.bevbarkerphotos.com
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