Herons

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  1. spike5003

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    That last one may or may not actually be a heron, my concern is limited :)

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    Spike
     
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    great shots :thumbup:
     
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    Great shots! What kind of lens did you use to get these?
     
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    All of the above shot with my favorite wildlife lens using the window of my car as a tripod.

    Vivitar Series 1 67mm, 100-400
     
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    Sweet captures, the last one is gold! (literally and figuratively, lol)
     

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