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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Gale, Jul 23, 2005.
Would you look at the size of these feet for a baby.
Baby Common Hens at Viera Wetlands.
Excellent caption and capture
Thank you Jim,
These guys go pretty fast, running after Mom.
I didn't realize they had such big feet to grow into. lolol
Perfect, catching it with the foot raised......
Thank You Ken.
They are pretty small. tough to get those dark birds. But seemed to hit the light ok Sunday.
I agree with Ken. Cool capture. I'm always amazed at how fast these little waterfowl can run. Judging by the size of this one's feet, he ought to be a speed demon. :lol:
Now that's funny :lol: + good catch :lol:
Thank You Frank and Ben,
Yeah it is pretty funny. But they are so cute.
Had fun watching them. They dart of into the tall reeds pretty quick also.
Thanks for you kind comments.
Guess they need them big dogs to walk on that grass and weeds. Good capture, Gale!
Thank you Kevin,
Those feet are for walking over Alligators...lolol
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Thank You so much Paul..
Appreciate your kind words.
lolol they would have some time of it, putting those feet in mouth.. (where mine usually are)
OMG look at the size of thos feet, very nice capture there Gale, your pictures just keep gettign better by leaps and bounds
Thank You Mike,
Very nice of you to keep my moral up. :>)))
Feet are amazing.
Cool shot Gale, bigfoot is putting it lightly.
I couldn't believe the feet myself.
Wish you could come up and see us.
Hope you are feeling a bit better. I know it takes some time. But I'm thinking of you.. Hope mary is still feeling ok.
Those feet are over half his size. LOL..........hate to see him put his foot in his mouth. LMAO!!! Great shot Gale, have to agree with Mike , look forward to seeing some more!
HA!! Nice shot Gale. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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