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Yeap ... once again was out at NW Trek today. These are from early morning, just after the gates opened and the place was empty.

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Holy cow, is this a zoo or are you incrediably lucky? Great shots to say the least.

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Dave, great details on the wolf, I like it! As for the cat it seems as if there was excessive NR/sharpening, I like the pose though . .

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I've come that close to a cat while in the woods near home. Nothing like a close encounter to raise the hair on the back of your neck.

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AJ Montgomery wrote:
Dave, great details on the wolf, I like it! As for the cat it seems as if there was excessive NR/sharpening, I like the pose though . .

Here's a second processing of the cat ... not too much better IMO. I always have problems with this specific exhibit, must be the way the light weaves through the trees...

Guess there is always tomorrow when I go back for more wolf data.

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