whiskers and feathers

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  1. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    A few more of my security system, and a few from a trip to Port Dover on Lake Erie. took the boat out for it's maiden 2005 voyage, and had a great time. I know a place on Moon River where there are many ospreys, so I hope to get up there soon and see what I can find, and shoot.

    Thanks for looking everyone, have a good weekend!

    1 My guard dog on patrol, protecting the satellite dish
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    2 break time, whole wheat shreddies!!!
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    3 guard dogs assitant
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    4 and performer!! ballet??
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    5 nice day to catch some sun!
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    6 scratch my back for me??
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    7 good thing no one is around.. whew!!
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    8 did someone drop one??
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    9 I am outta here!!!
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    photong Typo Queen

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    1, 2 and 3 are AWSOME. nice and sharp. :)
     
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    Chiller Mental case

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    WOW...great photos.. All of them are very well done. Love the little captions too. Nice work.!!!
     
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    Great photos. All of them. Very good and well done.
     
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    These are nice shotz ! #4 crackz me up.
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    What wonderful photos of animals you got here, Raymond. I'm all fascinated by the squirrel pics. I find those squirrels are such beautiful animals. Do you know that more and more of those black coloured squirrels get into Germany, gradually replacing the bronze-brown ones that belong here?

    Your captions make me laugh! :D And how did you get that ballet dancer photo???

    No. 7 has the best caption, heehee *sniffing - oh, fish!!!!*
     
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    GREAT shots!
     
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    Great series, flatulent birds and all :lmao: the second squirrel shot is awsome.
     
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    Great photos. I really like #2, 4 and 8. What lens do you use? Just wondering how close you can get to the animals without them fleeing.
     
  10. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    thank you all for such kind comments.. some of these photos are a bit soft, especially the ballet robin, but I thought it was worth a laugh! I think humor is so important, and if I can create so small happiness for others, it is rewarding.

    I always try to catch a bird in "take-off" mode LaFoto., just gives it a more interesting look. Freezing the action is another issue, and the robin was shot in dim early am lighting, with a low shutterspeed.

    We do not see a lot of black squirrels around here., they seem to be more elusive., and less friendly.,, I have become buddies with these cuties here in my back yard., hope to get more shots soon!
     

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