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    Searun Cutthroat with an orange spider in his jaw.....
    "The reason you have a good vision is you're standing on the shoulders of giants." ~ Andy Batcho

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    Kerry.....that is an absolutely beautiful pic. Nicely done.

    Ralph

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    No picture on this thread for a while, so heres a few from yesterday, early spring downunder.
    Spoonbills


    A NZ Scaup


    This one's a bit wierd, Swan V Eels, many, many eels!


    All the best.
    Mike

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    Mt. Baker from Boulder Ck. just before sunset. Nikon D800e, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 at 185mm, 1/6 sec at f/10, ISO 100, Circular polarizer filter. Vanguard tripod and ball head.
    "The reason you have a good vision is you're standing on the shoulders of giants." ~ Andy Batcho

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    Nice shot Kerry, I must invest in a polarized filter soon.
    Here are a couple from last weekend down under.
    A Kakariki, or red cap parakeet

    Another one on a Nikau Palm

    And a very cheeky Kea or Alpine parrot

    All the best.
    Mike

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    From this morning before I choose to move on...one of my favorite steelhead runs on the Sauk River.
    "The reason you have a good vision is you're standing on the shoulders of giants." ~ Andy Batcho

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    I wanted to bump this thread, there are many new members that may like to know an easy way to post pics, see first posts...
    "Half of getting old is inexorable biology, but the other half is attitude." --John Gierach

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    Default Casey Creek, Trigg County Kentucky

    This is "the" trout stream in western Kentucky. Stocked a few times a year.
    I keep coming back to this stream because it reminds me of where I learned to fly-fish in New England.


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    Clint
    in far west Kentucky

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