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hendenhook

Green Heron - Eye on the Prize.

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Saw this guy coming down the shore so I let my boat drift in and got a few shots. This one was at about 10 feet, no crop, just a little saturation and sharpening. Usually these guys are hard to approach but it seems most birds are easier to get close to from the boat especailly if you stay low.

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Whoa,that shot couldn't have been any better. Excellento! The detail is awesome.

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Dang, how would you like to be pecked in the eye by that beak?

Very very nice shot!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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Beautiful shot HH! Great job.

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Very sharp shot.

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Excellent comp, exposure, pose and sharpness in sweet light!

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Wow, I would say that for a point and shoot camera that is extraordinary! Nice!

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This is certainly proof that it's more about the person using the camera, than the camera itself.

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Thanks for the positive comments all, its makes it more enjoyable when people with the same interests see what you do. The point and shoot will get an occasional good one but you need to be close.

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I love the Color Mr Hook. fantastic capture.

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