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Time to Feed the Kids
Posted By: RJDavis-OK, 05-22-2019, 07:14 PM

Cropped. Watched this one working for an hour or so feeding a nest of hungry babies.

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01-06-2020, 07:47 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by RJDavis-OK Quote
Cropped. Watched this one working for an hour or so feeding a nest of hungry babies.
Wow! I'd love to get a shot like that.

01-06-2020, 08:01 AM   #17
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Incredible detail. A photo to be proud of
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Absolutely stunning capture. It takes patience and a lot of it. Thanks for posting.

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This is a Portrait! Nice!

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It's really a wonderful picture. Sharp and the timing is perfect. Thanks for sharing!
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Cropped. Watched this one working for an hour or so feeding a nest of hungry babies.
Unbelievable detail - stupendous! You can even see the spikes on the grasshopper's leg.
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I barely qualify as an amateur photographer.
This shot proves otherwise. The compliments from your peers above prove otherwise. Every once in a while I get results that seem to be beyond my normal 'reach' as a photographer. But hey, I took the shot, right? Celebrate the serendipity! Learn from your successes and press on.

Nice shot, by the way.

Reeeaaalllly nice shot.

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Thanks all. I appreciate the notes of encouragement.

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Very nice photo .
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