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Fine entries from everyone, good luck come voting! Look forward to Popo's theme for next month.

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and what it will be? free choice? :lol: probably not, i hope i catch some beast this month, theese assingments are not so easy to make.

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I had posted in the April comment thread:

The theme I choose this time is... Circle. Interpret that how you like. Circle, circles, circular or another way...

No limits to PP.

Should give more than enough room for some creativity!

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Again,...a full month,...and of all the stuff I've shot,..I've gone with a Finch Fight!...lol!

I caught a garter snake other day,...specifically to do macros of him,...but the box I put him in,...he escaped overnight...so I got relegated back to birding...

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Great Finch shot Travis. Hope that snake isn't in your bedroom somewhere.

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Lensbaby That's a great capture.

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Thank you. You already know what I think of your shot...beyond fantastic.

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Lensbaby gets my vote this month, awesome shot!!

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Thank you. You already know what I think of your shot...beyond fantastic.


Thanks.

LahLahSr's flossing Bear is also a great shot, so lucky to have tremendous wildlife like this in your country.

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Even at a crop,....I have that 55-200mm,...and that grizzly is too close!

Great stuff,..great stuff...


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popo for me, with jkstacey a very close second. It's a shame that the hooves were slightly cropped and there's a slight bit of haloing around the right horse's head, IMO.


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Lensbaby's HDR dove pic made me go, "Whoa!"


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Feel such a fool, logged in to cast my vote, its very late and i was very tired scrolled down and clicked , and realised to late i clicked on my name. :oops: :oops: I contact Bjorn and unfortunately this can be undone, so disregard my vote. It also means i have lost my vote to the photo i wanted.
There were some superb shots this month, well done to everyone.
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Feel such a fool, logged in to cast my vote, its very late and i was very tired scrolled down and clicked , and realised to late i clicked on my name. I contact Bjorn and unfortunately this can be undone, so disregard my vote. It also means i have lost my vote to the photo i wanted.
There were some superb shots this month, well done to everyone.
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Well on the plus side, I thought your photo was pretty good. :lol:

Mind I ask, who would you have voted for? I see no reason for your vote to not count if ppl subtract 1 from you and add 1 to someone else. You certainly aren't benefitting from it. :roll:


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jkstacey gets my vote. Really like that photo. Shame that part of the horses hoof is missing but other than that I can't fault that photo. Just out of interest is it your nd4 filter that makes all your photos look like that. If it is I will have to buy one as I really like your style of photography. Although I still haven't got round to buying a polarising filter yet :D

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