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  1. #17141
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Yeah, may try one of the new hi-perf small cams one of these days. Seem to be stuck in a rut. Gotta get out on a shoot. Shooting yard flowers and bugs... Really?
    Why don't you treat yourself to a drive south this weekend and shoot yourself (and us) either some sea otters and elephant seals or giant sequoias . You live in an awesome part of the world mate.
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  2. #17142
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    Falcon that shot is insane.

    Rich I enjoyed the original for what it's worth, I normally don't get art but did get that one.
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  3. #17143
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    DPR;
    As am I!
    Falconest174
    Seeing the picture starts the process
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  4. #17144
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    Thanks Dread. Yup, been telling myself that for a few weeks. Unfortunately, there is more to it than that, as days off seem to be taken up by other issues. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and it does not appear to be the train.
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  5. #17145
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    New visitor to the pond today

    Saw this rarity visiting the pond where I have been shooting the dragonflies.
    It is a Green Heron, not seen that often around here, at least where I haunt. Was able to get several shots at a reasonable distance, considering that they are quite shy.
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  6. #17146
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    Another excellent capture.
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  7. #17147
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    Saw this rarity visiting the pond where I have been shooting the dragonflies.
    It is a Green Heron, not seen that often around here, at least where I haunt. Was able to get several shots at a reasonable distance, considering that they are quite shy.
    you're on fire.
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  8. #17148
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    Wedding Tears

    This is one of my fav shots from a recent wedding I did.
    Father daughter dance.
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  9. #17149
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    It's a nice pic but she looks to me like she is crying or about to.

  10. #17150
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    K1W1;
    Read the title. That was the point. The tears of leaving home and parents, going to a new life, in a new city. Living with another person, however well you think you know them and love them.
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