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Old 02-28-2013, 02:53 PM   #11
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Aha! I finally made it over to this thread after many of your kind suggestions

Here's one for you. Pretty obvious, in my opinion, but the camo is impressive!
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:11 PM   #12
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Very cute and well camouflaged!
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Aha! I finally made it over to this thread after many of your kind suggestions

Here's one for you. Pretty obvious, in my opinion, but the camo is impressive!
Glad you found it.

Yes, my eyes went right to him, but it is very impressive.

Now that you know about this thread, in the future you can take your close-ups, then zoom out a little...and maybe try to hide it more when you compose the shot. I find that, once I know about a thread, I start taking pictures of things that I wouldn't normally take just because they fit a thread topic.
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Old 02-28-2013, 07:36 PM   #14
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Now that you know about this thread, in the future you can take your close-ups, then zoom out a little...and maybe try to hide it more when you compose the shot. I find that, once I know about a thread, I start taking pictures of things that I wouldn't normally take just because they fit a thread topic.
You are so right, Dap. I've already found myself doing exactly this!
Thanks for the tip on zooming out, too!
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You are so right, Dap. I've already found myself doing exactly this!
Thanks for the tip on zooming out, too!
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I'll keep an eye out for more photo postings from you.
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Yes.... without W.G. I certainly wouldn't take the quantity of photos I take either.
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Default Today's Waldo

Again, not a butterfly, moth, or hummingbird--but we have been using this forum for all "Waldos"...we could make another "where's Waldo" in the North American Wildlife" forum...unless people prefer to leave it here.

Not too hard, but it is a large photo:
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To easy! It's a black cherry right
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Am I seeing a couple birdies?
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To easy! It's a black cherry right
You are good!

...now where's Waldo?
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