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 Post subject: Fishing for Breakfast
PostPosted: Sun Apr 13, 2008 2:22 pm 
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He was too intent on fishing for breakfast to notice me >

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 13, 2008 4:52 pm 
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That's a great portrait shot that you don't see very often :-)

Yep - I'd say he's pretty darn intent alright and I'm glad I'm not a minnow in shallow water around there..whew.

Nicely done!


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I had NO idea they had such pointy beaks...great capture, and I really like the golden light, enhances the intensity of the stare...he looks like he sure doesn't miss much...

egggggslent work.



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Well I pride myself on getting closer to critters, I'll be watching you for lessons.

Great shot.

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breathtaking, if that's a heron either you were really lucky or they aren't persecuted where you live. Here, Belfast, you'd be luck to get within 70yds of one if they have even the briefest line of sight on you.


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