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Posted By: slowpez, 11-22-2013, 10:39 AM

A few more from our trip to the beach













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11-22-2013, 10:48 AM   #2
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fantastic feathered photos susan.... i've never seen corms in formation before... great captures !! dave m
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fantastic feathered photos susan.... i've never seen corms in formation before... great captures !! dave m
Thanks Dave. The cormorants are so dark I find them really hard to capture and get some detail. Got lucky with this one.
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I too love the formation you have captured in the first one.

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You have some really great images there…thanks for posting.
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Great selection of birds there Susan, really like that first photo.
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Excellent! I love how you trained the birds to pose for you. The formation in the first is really nice. The soaring eagle and osprey are amazing BIF shots. Well done
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I too love the formation you have captured in the first one.
Thank you kindly.

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You have some really great images there…thanks for posting.
Thanks Norm. I keep trying.

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Great selection of birds there Susan, really like that first photo.
Thanks Bob.

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Excellent! I love how you trained the birds to pose for you. The formation in the first is really nice. The soaring eagle and osprey are amazing BIF shots. Well done
You give birds enough to eat and they won't go anywhere. The park is a really great place to get up close and personal with our feathered friends.

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Great stuff, Susan - I guess bird is the word.

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Excellent series of shots, so crisp and detailed.
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Great stuff, Susan - I guess bird is the word.

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Excellent series of shots, so crisp and detailed.
Thanks a lot Jer and EM. Appreciate it.
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Elegance. You really captured the moment in #4
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I love the light and the pure blue background with those cormorants. And the glowing backlight on the first GE. And the GE on liftoff is fantastic!
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Elegance. You really captured the moment in #4
Thanks Bruce. Nice of you to comment.

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I love the light and the pure blue background with those cormorants. And the glowing backlight on the first GE. And the GE on liftoff is fantastic!
Appreciate the nice comments Jeff.
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excellent shots, you make good use of the DA300, the 2nd is my favorite
cheers
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