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Reigh ­ Higgins
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Mar 21, 2008 17:48 |  #61

Great shot and timing Mike . Thanks for sharing.


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Mar 23, 2008 15:03 |  #62

This is nowhere near the same quality, but is it the same mouse?

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=474411


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Mar 23, 2008 16:02 |  #63

I found the thread I mentioned in my first post, it dates from 2005 and makes for interesting reading, here it is

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=58849


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Nov 18, 2008 00:14 |  #64

Superb shot, I just got an e-mail entitled "magnificant animals" and it has this shot in it.


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Nov 18, 2008 00:25 |  #65

NO WAY! That's just too good!




  
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Nov 18, 2008 05:11 |  #66

Incredible shot!!

nicely done :)


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Nov 18, 2008 06:16 |  #67

That is one great shot.


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Nov 18, 2008 09:19 |  #68

jack lumber wrote in post #6708723 (external link)
Superb shot, I just got an e-mail entitled "magnificent animals" and it has this shot in it.

Upon a closer look its not the same shot, but its so similar I would bet its from the same series. I have sent it to Mike and await his confirmation.
Its a small world innit:D


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Nov 18, 2008 13:48 as a reply to  @ jack lumber's post |  #69

I think I would cut off my pinky for a shot like that...Jeff


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Nov 18, 2008 14:26 |  #70

Incredible shot, superb in every way!


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Nov 18, 2008 14:28 |  #71

That's Awesome! must have been amazing to watch! I would not want to be that mouse...


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Nov 18, 2008 15:01 |  #72

What a shot, great work.


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Nov 18, 2008 15:13 |  #73

Great shot in all respects. Love it.


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Nov 18, 2008 15:23 |  #74

I take it the mouse was toast. Very Harry Potter like with Harry's white owl and Ron's rat. Can't believe the detail you captured!


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