Pelican at Dry Tortugas

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  1. Jet915

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    Some Pelican shots at Dry Tortugas National Park

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    Cool shots! I like them!

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    Love these....especially the 4th one. You usually don't see shots that close up while they're flying...very cool.
     
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    Wow, these are good. I really like the first - and the FOURTH. What a pelican-in-flight-PORTRAIT that one is!
    The second is confusing in its seeming to be two photos. I had to look thrice to make out what seems like a "space" is beach ;).
     
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    nice pictures, really sharp!

    nice place!! would like to see photos of the place too!
     
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    thanks, I was following this pelican for about an hour and he was very cooperative.
     

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