It's a Plane, It's a Boat, No, It's a Submarine!

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  1. K9Kirk

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    No, It's an Anhinga.

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    Damn.... :eek: Cool set.
     
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    Very good series. They remind me of a Cormorant. Same family maybe?
     
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    Thanks.They are similar looking and related because they're both water birds but there are differences between the two. An Anhinga has a longer neck, a straight, pointed bill, longer tail feathers and are freshwater birds whereas Cormorants are mostly coastal birds.
     
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    Great set Kirk!
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    Great set.
     
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    Awesome captures on this set Kirk! When I got to the last image after scrolling down I laughed out load realizing the order of the photos explained the title. Extremely funny! :biglaugh:
     
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    Brill set. Num 3 is that Nessy, the lock ness monster lol
     
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    Great timing especially with the 2nd shot.
     
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    Thanks everyone, much appreciated! I'm not 100% happy with these pics, though. Should I expect my camera and lens to produce tack sharp images most of the time or is that a rarity with any camera? Is a tack sharp pic usually only that one out of a few hundred or more?
     

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