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Dec 14, 2006 21:50 |  #1

I got lucky, and got another shot at a Red Tailed Hawk, during the nice weather here in Oklahoma.


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Dec 14, 2006 22:19 |  #2

Nice catch, but the photo posted is a little too small.


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Dec 15, 2006 14:49 as a reply to  @ cfcRebel's post |  #3

nice capture,try saving image at 800 X 600 pixels for posting, keep the pictures coming.


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Dec 15, 2006 18:15 |  #4

Nice looking shot, love the composition


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Dec 15, 2006 20:21 |  #5

Thanks for the kind words. I had a problem when I tried uploading. It kept telling me that the image was too large. This small image was the first one that it would let me save. I started out at the 800X800 size and started making it smaller by increments until it let me upload. I would love some suggestions.


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