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  1. #511
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    Yes, I know. I've been slacking in my contributions to this thread lately. Too busy enjoying everyone's photos...

    Here are two from Sept. 1st. One minitature and one giant...



    -Dave
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  2. #512
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    Hi everyone .....afraid I've been slacking recently, some great shots on here as usual.

    JTL - love those baby doves.

    Snowrdr - lovely shots, I've got some 'nearly' (he kept moving away!) heron shots I took the other day, not sure if any good enough to post though! Hope to get back and try again!

    Here's a little chap I caught this morning having his bath, doesn't look to happy about being photo'd. Lets have your comments good and bad!

    Val

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  3. #513
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    Hummer


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  4. #514
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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by XOO
    Hummer
    S2
    Boy, that S2 is amazing.

    Along the same theme by SNOWDR, here's a miniature and giant I got at the Long Beach Aquarium park on Sunday.



    sadly, I forgot to decrease my ISO when I left the aquarium. Still at 1600.
    Last edited by eastbluffs; 09-21-2005 at 03:06 PM.
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  5. #515
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    My first heron capture

    wow this page rocks! that hummer is awesome! same with the pelican.

    My first heron capture

    I first spotted this heron on our way to the parking lot from this place we went to today know for it's geese, ducks, turtles etc. I went chasing after him to get a decent shot, but he kept flying away and it was way too dark to get him in flight. He finally rested upon a rock and even posed for me I took quite a few shots, but because it was so dark i had to use a flash and up the ISO a bit.

    I'll be going back there tomorrow after work

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  6. #516
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    Great Egret[?]

    Last edited by Paul_C; 10-25-2009 at 01:18 AM.

  7. #517
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    You guys make me want to hang my head and give up...really awesome pictures.

    Here's my first Great Blue Heron shot from the second day I had my camera. I hope it fits okay here...can't make out much detail on him but I really liked his silhouette over the colors. Post processing was resize, unsharp mask, and the frame.
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    Last edited by Dawoofo; 09-21-2005 at 07:51 PM.

  8. #518
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    Who says you can't teach a duck tricks?

    Who says you can't teach a duck tricks?



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  9. #519
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    Leading the way!

    this gull was leading a pack of gulls, i'm sure it would've made a better shot if i got all the wings. I was going for the grainy b&w look.

    what'cha think?

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  10. #520
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    Dawoofo - don't give up just yet the blue heron was excellent. If you had just wiped out the grasses near to him in photoshop it would have been perfect.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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