still at it!

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one day, I will find something else to shoot., but for now, here are some highlights from the last few days/.. more on the website.

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10 >>> Finally a shot I like of the Female Kingfisher!!!
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I am not done with her.. we are just getting friendly.

thanks for looking!
 
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Great series Ray!
I love the reflection in #4, what kind of duck is that?
Old Squaw maybe?
Maria is getting so big! How old is she now?

TFS.
Bill
 
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Keep practicing on the "no-see-ums" - it appears you have pretty much learned all the lessons they can dish out! - then when that "one day" arrives, your skills box will be full.

Excellent series!
 
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thanks so much everyone!

Great series Ray!
I love the reflection in #4, what kind of duck is that?
Old Squaw maybe?
Maria is getting so big! How old is she now?

TFS.
Bill
Hi Bill.. this is a Long-tail duck.. your term is history, as it is now politically incorrect to use those words.

Maria is 16 months, and growing like a weed, very healthy, and so strong!
she is a lot of fun, and a very happy girl.
 
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Thanks everyone.. Yes Frank.. if it has feathers.. I shoot!!!

you never know what someone might need.

I had better luck with the kingfisher today... jumped in my hide this time.
Ray,

I really enjoy seeing well captured images, and especially when they are also well processed. I have a very hard time with my sharpening levels. Shots like these, and those from Andy, Alan, and others are a good gage for me in my own processing. :smile:
 
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thanks so much for the encouragment everyone., much appreciated.

Ray,

I really enjoy seeing well captured images, and especially when they are also well processed. I have a very hard time with my sharpening levels. Shots like these, and those from Andy, Alan, and others are a good gage for me in my own processing. :smile:
Thanks Frank... do you have that program that allows a person to see the post processing steps taken? I heard that it is possible for forum viewers to right click on an image, and see everything that was done in PS.

I stuggle with my post processing, it doesn't come easy.. and I have had my fair share of mess ups., but it is fun to learn.

take care bud.
 
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