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  1. AIRIC

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    After being cooped up in the office all day today I had to go for a serene walk in the Marsh before heading home. The trees are really filling in and the light is starting to vanish on the bird feeder trail.

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    The Trilliums have really come out this last week and cover a good portion of the forest floor.
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    Thanks for looking,

    Eric
     
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    Oh Eric, every one of those is a beautiful shot! The bird shots are awesome, as ever (although I'm still amazed at the closeups you get), and the trillium shots are wonderful too...I don't think I've ever seen so many in one place as in that last shot. Thanks for sharing these. Really.
     
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    Always a pleasure to view your work, Airic! :)

    I'm a big cardinal lover, so that first shot is extra cool to me. :thumbup: Great series.
     
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    awesome shots Airic, the trilliums are excellent.
     
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    very nice series, i like each and every one :thumbup: :D
     
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    these are real nice airic, great job..... good variety of woodland life :thumbup:
     
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    These are very nice Airic!
     
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    How did you manage to catch a chipmuck??? I am impressed. Those guys are hard to catch than lightning...

    Great shots. I love the detail and colors... Super rich...
     
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    Thanks everyone. Those Chipmunks only stop for a second or two, usually they just ask if I have seen Chiller recently :) then they ask “Buddy can you spare a peanut”

    Eric
     
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    I like that last shot a lot. And, as always, your bird / squirrel shots are spectacular :thumbup:
     
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    Great series! My favorite is the last one, but they are all fantastic!
     
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    The chipmonk is great, are they as cute in behaviour as the look? and the portrait of the bird (what is it? we dont get them here) is fantastic, how did you get it, put seed on the end of the lense and wait :). The first of the trilliums is my fave, for some reason forrest floor fauna usually has a mat texture that i dont think works for photography often but this one is fills the frame very nicely.

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