mallards were flying this evening

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Even though it was overcast I got a couple shots and a whole lot of practice tracking hand held with the 70-200 with tc14.

When they are to close they are just to dang close. But then I was a bit slow
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this one is better just could use a bit more sunlight
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Greg,

That first one looks just like most of my shots.... :lol:

The second is excellent. I like the expression on his face. If it were me, I'd probably adjust the WB a little to try to get rid of the slight green cast, but the shot itself is great. Looks like you are warming up to that new set-up very well. Pretty awesome, huh?

Are you going to try to go to the pond in the morning (if it isn't raining)?
 
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Greg...Frank....

We must be related. Me and my gimpy knee tried to shoot a couple ducks last night and I cut heads off thre of them.

In fact, not only was one of them headless, but he also flew with only one wing :)
 
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Haaa...I'm just glad to see the poor duck wasn't permanantly injured from Greg's shooting! lol!
Yeah, that second shot is a keeper for sure! Nice job Greg!
 

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