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Jul 11, 2021 17:33 |  #2101

Brown Pelican catching a fish that was tossed to him.

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Jul 11, 2021 18:21 |  #2102

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Jul 11, 2021 20:33 as a reply to  @ post 19258397 |  #2103

avondale87 wrote in post #19258401 (external link)
Kookaburra
It had been sitting on the power lines above watching the ground, then it dived down into the grass, stayed for a while and flew to this post with only mud left on its beak. Don't know what it had just eaten.

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Masterful capture, Richard! The blurred background, the barbed wire fence with the old wood posts...You got it all in this shot:!::-)

This shot really pops, Rob! Wonderful work.

Beautiful, Rob...you sure nailed it!

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Oh man...what a neat capture, Dave! I'll bet you smiled when you clicked on this one.

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Absolutely awesome, Bill!

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This shot is so lifelike with great color, fotoi! Really nice work!

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One-eyed, one-legged Burrowing Owl...:-)


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Oh my gosh...that is so rare, Tom! I'll bet the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History would love to get ahold of this shot. :-P

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Eastern Wood-Pewee
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Lovely capture, Steve! Excellent sharpness.

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A Wigeon.
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Another beauty, fotoi. I can pick out your images every time, long before I see your name, You have a unique style of creating incredible life-like images that are so sharp, and present themselves in a three dimensional manner. I think most people here would agree with me on that.


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Jul 11, 2021 20:39 |  #2104

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19258726 (external link)
Masterful capture, Richard! The blurred background, the barbed wire fence with the old wood posts...You got it all in this shot:!::-)

This shot really pops, Rob! Wonderful work.

Beautiful, Rob...you sure nailed it!

Oh man...what a neat capture, Dave! I'll bet you smiled when you clicked on this one.

Absolutely awesome, Bill!

This shot is so lifelike with great color, fotoi! Really nice work!

Oh my gosh...that is so rare, Tom! I'll bet the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History would love to get ahold of this shot. :-P

Lovely capture, Steve! Excellent sharpness.

Another beauty, fotoi. I can pick out your images every time, long before I see your name, You have a unique style of creating incredible life-like images that are so sharp, and present themselves in a three dimensional manner. I think most people here would agree with me on that.

Thank you, Mike.




  
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Jul 11, 2021 20:55 |  #2105

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Least Bittern with catch
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Very nice two shot series of this bittern's successful fishing trip, Paul! I really like that intense stare of this bird in the first image.

"Hey, where is everybody?" First-rate shot, Rob!


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Jul 11, 2021 20:55 |  #2106

paul katinas wrote in post #19258397 (external link)
Herons really ruffling those feathers.Nice shot Mike.

Thank you kindly, Paul. Always appreciate your thoughtful comments.

4matic wrote in post #19258455 (external link)
Nice ruffled look Mike. Is that the same pond that you get artistic shots from before?

Thank you very much, Neal. It's a different spot on the same pond. The main body of water is mostly dried up due to our severe drought this year.

fotoi wrote in post #19258460 (external link)
Beautiful color in this one Mike.

Thank you very much, fotoi! I appreciate the nice comment.

steveb108 wrote in post #19258567 (external link)
Very nicely captured, Mike! It looks as if Monet (a fav) painted the background for you.

Thanks so much for your very thoughtful comments, Steve. This pond has some very colorful algae blooms that cry out to be photographed. And who knows, perhaps Monet did have a hand in all this.:-)


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Jul 11, 2021 20:59 |  #2107

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wow!

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Jul 11, 2021 21:02 |  #2108

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Marvelous capture, Don! What a beauty

Thanks, Mike !
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Jul 12, 2021 00:45 |  #2109

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Jul 12, 2021 01:06 |  #2110

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Jul 12, 2021 04:30 |  #2111

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Jul 12, 2021 04:35 |  #2112

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Very nice two shot series of this bittern's successful fishing trip, Paul! I really like that intense stare of this bird in the first image.

"Hey, where is everybody?" First-rate shot, Rob!

Thanks Mike.
That critter sure was determined and highly focused on its breakfast. :-)


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Jul 12, 2021 04:35 |  #2113

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