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A great way to greet the day!

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With my new 100-400 L series lens, I slipped out the door this morning at 4:00 am headed for the south west shores of Lake Winnipeg. It's only a 20 min. drive from our home and I was hoping to capture a few sunrise photo's or two. As it turned out, I wasn't to be disappointed! I spent 1-1/2 hours walking along the lake shore and these are just some of the results.



This is how it all began. The small dots on the distant horizon are actually pelicans.


A multitude of birds were beginning to start their day off including the pelcans who are very abundant in the region.



NO, this is not the dorsal fin of a skark, in fact, its actually a common carp surfacing...I had no idea that I had captured it until after I downloaded the pic's!




This appears to be a black capped turn, it's definately not a gull...


Last one...


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Very nice! I really like the footprints, and the second sunrise shot is my favorite!

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Very nice. I agree about the second sunrise shot, also love the last one.

Beautiful morning. I hate to get up early, but love to be up to see this kind of show.

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Nice shots Stu and congratulations on the new lens.

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