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  1. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    i have been to the lake a few times in the last 2 weeks, and each trip turns up something cool ... all comments / critique welcome .. thanks for looking

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    Another awesome series Raymond. I really love number 5. That is an amazing shot. Very cool work. !!!
     
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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Groovy! I think they are all great photos!

    3 and 4 are my favourites though... 3 especially! The reflections are great.
     
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    Thanks so much you guys, its fun posting this shots!
     
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    Great shot of the Black Crowned Night Heron. I had a pair nesting in the pond out the back of my old house last year. These things make an incredible cronk through the night. Very cool.
     
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    wow, glad they don't live near me!! they are really tough to get close to.

    was fun trying though.. i will be visiting them everyday now, and see if I can get a clear shot,.. Thank you again Canoncan!
     
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    wow! photo 5 is really great shot! i love it! best pic ive seen! hehe! is that their mom and dad? lots of kids huh? hehe!!!! really cool picture!!! i like! :wink:
     
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    Good shots. The sixth is my favourite, really like the way the branches are framing the bird and he as a cool look to him.
     
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    Great captures. I like the way one of the chicks has got an eye on you, lol. Really cool shotz !
     
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    Thank you all! I keep trying to get a closer shot of these herons, but they see me coming every time now.. They are hard to spot too!! It's all fun and good. thanks again!
     
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    Hi.. The pictures were so beautiful... But i like most is the number 2, 4 & 5... Great work......
     
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    I love posts like this, where somebody's tried loads of different shots in one session. They're all great, but my favourite is definitely the family of geese. It's perfect! You've got some really impressive bird shots there as well, especially 1 and 6.
     

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