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  1. #11
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    Goose

    Quote Originally Posted by speaklightly
    Geoff-

    Thanks for the nice A-200 photos. They look great. I especially like the duck.

    Sarah Joyce
    Thanks Sarah.
    Now finally I am submitting a Canada Goose (yes still from the A-200)
    Geoff
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    I liked the 'Ducks' that were Canadian Geese.
    With all the other threads going I thought I'd do a UK Pigeon
    Shame about the reduction in resolution - orig was 5mp which
    revealed loads of plumage details and colours (A-200)
    Geoff
    Here's my US pigeon, caught in Charleston in December.
    Last edited by Rhys; 06-04-2007 at 12:31 PM.

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    Is that kind of picture really necessary? It kind of drops the tone of the forum really... and Is that kind of 'teaching' really going to aid your 8 (now 10) year old?

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    Some lovely shots of pigeons, everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhys
    Here's my US pigeon, caught in Charleston in December.
    I like yours - he looks very proud of himself!
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    I like yours - he looks very proud of himself!
    Thanks. I took several nice bird photos that day, using my Canon S1. I was surprised to see how fat that pigeon was though.

    This is a duck photo I took when I was in Swansea's Brynmill Park one day, using my old Olympus C200Z, sometime in 2002.



    These are two other birdie photos from Charleston on the same day as the pigeon.
    Last edited by Rhys; 06-04-2007 at 12:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sea_Slug
    Is that kind of picture really necessary? It kind of drops the tone of the forum really... and Is that kind of 'teaching' really going to aid your 8 (now 10) year old?
    Sadly, someone must have complained and now that picture has been removed. Drops the tone of the forum? Really, it's people's lack of sense of humor that hampers creativity.

    You didn't like the picture, say it. Discussing your minute point on how I raise a child is none of your concern. You're comments are no sooner welcome in this forum as was the comments over the opinions of that picture, or even the picture itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kornhauser
    Sadly, someone must have complained and now that picture has been removed. Drops the tone of the forum? Really, it's people's lack of sense of humor that hampers creativity.

    You didn't like the picture, say it. Discussing your minute point on how I raise a child is none of your concern. You're comments are no sooner welcome in this forum as was the comments over the opinions of that picture, or even the picture itself.
    Whether you agree or disagree with others over this - it happens ~ someone submits something that others dislike for one reason or another, or someone submits something in the wrong place.... whatever. Best to leave it and move on - we value your photos and input. I think we all need to try to be sensitive to the general mood and character of the Forum
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    Agree with Geoff. I think when we comment on photos, we have to be sensitive to the moods and feelings of other members here. When in doubt, be nice. Don't say nasty things and all will be peaceful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kornhauser
    Sadly, someone must have complained and now that picture has been removed. Drops the tone of the forum? Really, it's people's lack of sense of humor that hampers creativity.

    You didn't like the picture, say it. Discussing your minute point on how I raise a child is none of your concern. You're comments are no sooner welcome in this forum as was the comments over the opinions of that picture, or even the picture itself.

    OK, ok. I apologise for my comment. I just felt that the photo wasn't really in keeping with the thread! I will keep my thoughts to myself in future. And as to my comment on the raising of your child, it wasn't fair of me and I do apologise. must have been having a bad day!

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