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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...
    "Is a man who's too busy to go fishing a success?" --John Gierach , Death, Taxes, and Leaky Waders


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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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