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Feb 05, 2015 16:43 |  #1

Man. I forget all about the wildlife forum - so focused on the birds.


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Feb 05, 2015 20:41 |  #2

lol I have been the opposite this winter


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Feb 07, 2015 01:44 |  #3

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Feb 07, 2015 02:29 |  #4

Adorable!


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Feb 07, 2015 08:04 |  #5

Yep, he or she was fun to watch. It was just as curious about me as I was of it.


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Feb 07, 2015 08:07 |  #6

Great shot!


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Feb 07, 2015 10:02 |  #7

Great shot in natural habitat and pose.


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Feb 07, 2015 10:13 |  #8

Great shot! I personally would probably do a little cropping on the left hand side and eliminate that vertical branch and then crop a bit off the right hand side to keep the image balanced.


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Feb 07, 2015 13:47 |  #9

Thanks everyone. I may give the crop a cry and see how it looks. I've gone more to allowing more of the environment in my shots as oppose to really tight crops, but since he/she is the tree a tight crop may work.

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