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Nov 23, 2022 22:16 |  #30586

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Nov 23, 2022 23:17 |  #30587

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Excellent capture of this common loon, sogs! I love call they make.

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Mallard

Beautiful hen mallard shot, fotoi! Very nice color.

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Lovely killdeer capture, Dave. Love that nice low camera angle.


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Nov 23, 2022 23:32 |  #30588

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The Wittliff Collections, San Marcos, TX

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So I guess these folks must have led an interesting and full "wild life" as this is in the "Wildlife Forum".:-);-)a

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PS - something I learned from my own experience here.;-)a




  
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Nov 24, 2022 02:27 |  #30589

nardes wrote in post #19449607 (external link)
So I guess these folks must have led an interesting and full "wild life" as this is in the "Wildlife Forum".:-);-)a

Cheers

Dennis

PS - something I learned from my own experience here.;-)a

You're not alone Dennis. I flew in a few years ago and Inspeqtor quickly put me right  :p



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Nov 24, 2022 02:38 |  #30590

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You're not alone Dennis. I flew in a few years ago and Inspektor quickly put me right  :p

Hah, Charles must have been asleep at the time, 'cos no one picked me up on my "looking at me" post (Captain America and the Hulk!).:-D

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Nov 24, 2022 06:19 |  #30591

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nardes wrote in post #19449607 (external link)
So I guess these folks must have led an interesting and full "wild life" as this is in the "Wildlife Forum".:-);-)a

Cheers

Dennis

PS - something I learned from my own experience here.;-)a

You're not alone Dennis. I flew in a few years ago and Inspektor quickly put me right  :p

Just WHO is this Inspektor you are speaking about?!?!?!

Signed, Inspeqtor


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Nov 24, 2022 07:17 |  #30592

1/2 the wildlife doesn't even fit the thread title anyways. few subjects are looking at the camera . even recycling old images to here because there's nothing else to do?


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Nov 24, 2022 07:23 as a reply to  @ nardes's post |  #30593

I’ve moved it. Thanks for the schooling ߘ




  
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Nov 24, 2022 07:29 |  #30594

BirdsofBC wrote in post #19449690 (external link)
1/2 the wildlife doesn't even fit the thread title anyways. even recycling old images to here because there's nothing else to do?

You've made similar comments before, and I'll question it in some cases. I'll note that you can be 90° to the side of some animals such as a rabbit and they will still be looking at you even if their head isn't turned. Prey animals tend to have their eyes placed so they can look at something that is mostly behind them.

https://azretina.sites​.arizona.edu/node/279 (external link)

So the widgeon in this image could very well be looking at @fotoi

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Nov 24, 2022 08:09 |  #30595

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Excellent capture of this common loon, sogs! I love call they make.

Beautiful hen mallard shot, fotoi! Very nice color.

Lovely killdeer capture, Dave. Love that nice low camera angle.

Thanks Mike.




  
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Nov 24, 2022 08:40 |  #30596

I've always felt that good photographs are good photographs ..... whether they 'fit' in a specific box, or not.
At 71, life's too short to sweat the details. :-)


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Nov 24, 2022 08:43 |  #30597

Capn Jack wrote in post #19449693 (external link)
You've made similar comments before, and I'll question it in some cases. I'll note that you can be 90° to the side of some animals such as a rabbit and they will still be looking at you even if their head isn't turned. Prey animals tend to have their eyes placed so they can look at something that is mostly behind them.

https://azretina.sites​.arizona.edu/node/279 (external link)

So the widgeon in this image could very well be looking at @fotoi

the spirit of the thread is being abused. I'm done with the subject.


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Nov 24, 2022 08:54 |  #30598


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Nov 24, 2022 09:17 |  #30599

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Nov 24, 2022 14:17 |  #30600

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Outstanding widgeon portrait fotoi!


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