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Old 25th of April 2012 (Wed)   #16
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Two fine images, Jason. I like the second in particular but both are well done.
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Fantastic, lovely colors, very nicely done!
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both beautiful, but absolutely love that first one. The reflection, and movement implied by the water is just perfect.
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Great shots Jason. You really nailed the exposure on these giving good detail without blowing out the highlights too much. Love the water dropping in the first one.
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very nice, Jason
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Great shots Jason, these guys are one of my favorite subjects to point the camera at.
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Terrific pair
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Two fine images, Jason. I like the second in particular but both are well done.
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Old 25th of April 2012 (Wed)   #19
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Great images. Love the reflection on the first one.

On my monitor though, both images appear to have what might be dust spots across the top of the image. I'm looking at these on my Mac Book Pro and I'm curious if it's my laptop or whether others are seeing this too?

Nicely done!
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2 gorgeous captures Jason!
The Snowy always strikes me as the most elegant of the waders and that is shown so well here, but especially in the 2nd image. Wow, what plumes!
The 1st image is great with the water droplets and the reflection too. It's a bit of a shame that the reflection looks a little squared off on the head and back...I'm assuming by diffraction. Still a wonderful capture!
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Old 29th of April 2012 (Sun)   #21
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Great images. Love the reflection on the first one.

On my monitor though, both images appear to have what might be dust spots across the top of the image. I'm looking at these on my Mac Book Pro and I'm curious if it's my laptop or whether others are seeing this too?

Nicely done!
Thank you very much. I noticed these also. Not sure if it's dust, or was something in the water.

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2 gorgeous captures Jason!
The Snowy always strikes me as the most elegant of the waders and that is shown so well here, but especially in the 2nd image. Wow, what plumes!
The 1st image is great with the water droplets and the reflection too. It's a bit of a shame that the reflection looks a little squared off on the head and back...I'm assuming by diffraction. Still a wonderful capture!
Thanks Cam. They are beautiful birds for sure.
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