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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"

 
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Aug 09, 2019 14:41 |  #991

Sounds wrote in post #18907156 (external link)
Terry that above is fabulous I've got him or her sharp as a pin and their whole world OOF with your hard working friend surveying. that's a lovely bit of work you should be well (here ya go english slang)...... chuffed ( stoked, made up , proud even ,thrilled ).
great work kiddo so cool

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Thanks for your very nice comment Stu. I am hoping to get back this fall and photograph her/him again.ߙ


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Aug 09, 2019 14:44 |  #992

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No bacon suit but i'll openly declare two pocketfuls of home grown grated organic carrots. :lol:

Folks don't do this..... baby hares go into attack mode when the smell carrots . it's extremely dangerous.............​.. shutter noise and curiosity are more than enough:oops:

Ok you might not have got that but those ears made ya smile right??;-)a

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Seriously no bait used just a certain irony in trying to have our dinner at the back of a van and making hare images,sure I put the gear on to get to this one but big fella just before was so curious I had to put dinner down to make pics. . Animals can be so unpredictable.


cheers for looking hope you are smiling

they are the best ears 8-)


stu

Yes, the ears did make me smile.ߙ Very nice photo.°ߙ


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Aug 10, 2019 05:26 as a reply to  @ KT29's post |  #993

And thank you kind Sir. really loved the Pika Terry sometimes an image just jumps off the page :-)




  
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Aug 10, 2019 13:17 |  #994

An early morning moment.:-)


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Aug 11, 2019 21:21 |  #995

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You took a good pose of the animals and made a great photo out of it. Nice work.




  
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Aug 12, 2019 07:31 |  #996

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Aug 13, 2019 20:06 |  #997

Does anyone know where Jeff aka pondrader is up to I haven’t seen anything posted by him for awhile


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Aug 13, 2019 20:19 |  #998

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Does anyone know where Jeff aka pondrader is up to I haven’t seen anything posted by him for awhile

His absence has been disappointingly noted.


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Aug 13, 2019 22:21 |  #999

I think Jeff is doing fine, shooting the eos R, probably several shots are being taken of a new Granddaughter but I know he is still after the critters as well. For whatever reason, it seems he is taking a vacation from posting here on the forum and yes his photo sharing is missed by many of us.
I sure enjoyed viewing his photos and admire his ability to obtain a quality photo no matter the conditions or gear he is using at the time. He sets a high bar , one I seldom reach but at least can see what is possible.


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Aug 14, 2019 00:55 |  #1000

Patagonian penguins and the skua's that eat their young...


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Aug 15, 2019 11:41 |  #1001

Grizz1 wrote in post #18909861 (external link)
I think Jeff is doing fine, shooting the eos R, probably several shots are being taken of a new Granddaughter but I know he is still after the critters as well. For whatever reason, it seems he is taking a vacation from posting here on the forum and yes his photo sharing is missed by many of us.
I sure enjoyed viewing his photos and admire his ability to obtain a quality photo no matter the conditions or gear he is using at the time. He sets a high bar , one I seldom reach but at least can see what is possible.


Thanks for this Steve I don't get to any of the forums as much as I'd like ,so it's tricky to keep up. Jeff's images have always been hugely inspiring to me. I'd also noted him not being about ,it's just cool to know the guy is ok tis all

thanks for taking the time Steve

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