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only took me a couple hundred tries :D
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what do you think?
 
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What do I think..

thats great especially with these guys, they are so fast
Good one Harris

Super. Looks like OOB. Good one

Wow what a bunch of good stuff. Wow what fun a
and exciting time.

Keep they coming , please Hurry :>))

It will take us forever to process all this.

Cheers
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Backdoctor said:
only took me a couple hundred tries :D

what do you think?
I think you need to go back and get him with a bigger fish. It was quite difficult with my tired eyes to find the danged fish :wink: . Other than that, I am REALLY jealous, super shot.

I was out with a buddy yesterday testing a Sigma 120-300 f2.8 that I bought Friday night. He had just put his D70 on my 500mm, on my tripod of course, while I tried to hand-hold the 120-300mm, what a joke :oops: . He has this cool sequence of a female Hooded Merganser "doing the flip", I have a bunch of soft, mushy images..........dang-it :wink: .

Nice stuff, keep them coming. This will just fuel the fire for me getting my sorry butt down to your neck of the woods.....
 
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thanks all, one more with a Roseate. Didnt know I got it till pp'ing tonight

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this was shot at 5fps. The 8 fps sec is too fast, though I plan to use it for baseball at spring training.
 
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thanks all, one more with a Roseate. Didnt know I got it till pp'ing tonight

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I'm usually not near a computer when I am pp'ing, I figure that at least one room in the house should be a "computer free zone" ...oh, that is bad.... :oops:

These are really neat shots, but you really do need fish at least as big as that frog the Heron was chowing down on to make it more dramatic.
 
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Wow Harris, I really love the Spoonbill one. For some reason it's more dramatic to me - maybe because the bird is more unusual. Great shots both of 'em though.

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Harris, this is the best shot I've seen yet coming from our Merritt trip. It will take a heck of an image to top this one.

Great (and amazing) shot. :!: :!:

Backdoctor said:
thanks all, one more with a Roseate. Didnt know I got it till pp'ing tonight

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this was shot at 5fps. The 8 fps sec is too fast, though I plan to use it for baseball at spring training.
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Hair trigger reactions,

just dumb luck, or a bit of both? :) Ahh, just bs'n ya Harris. That R. Spoonbill is a stunningly terrific shot, and if I were you, I'd print that one up & sell it if I were you! It's that good!
 

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