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buzzsaw

A variety of beauty

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Images from this spring/summer that I thought you guys might like to see.

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Okay, enough is enough... grin I guess I'm making up for not making time to post consistantly on just about any site this summer. Some images were taken with the D200 and the others with the D300 and generally with the Nikkor 300mm F/2.8 lens.

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Too hard to pick a favorite, Buzz. They're all excellent, so I just sat back and enjoyed the show. grin

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Oops, I must have entered too many images because they wouldn't all load... user error on my part!

Thanks for the kind words, Steve. I definitely value your opinion. wink

A few more....

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I know... enough enough Mr. Bandwidth destroyer!!! blush

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When they are this good...whose counting? Great work Mike!

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Very nice, many I would love to have hanging on the wall. But I have to ask! Did you put that frog in that flower smile

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I am impressed by all the shots but I have to say the last one is my favorite. I love the colors and the crispness of the photo.

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Wow! A little of everything there Buzz - and all wonderful!

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Not a bad one in the bunch! You've branched out so to speak and it is fitting you well.

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Thanks for all the looks! Its been a pretty fun run this year with the camera and I hope it can continue in the direction its going. I think I left out a few images.... grin Here they are.

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Thats enough I'm sure! grin

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dem r sum gr8t clix just wish I had a camera with that kind of zoom. my shutter speed will stop most things but you ahve to stay so still to get the shot. I have 80-300 power lens.

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What a bunch of great shots I like the woodduck and the fawn, but they are all outstanding.

Thanks for posting these.

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Nice work Buzz- my 5 yr. old daughter loves the one of the frog inside the flower-she just giggles and giggles when she sees that!

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Superb images Mike!...doesn't get any better!....Have always enjoyed your beautiful images...

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8 ball, thats just great! My 3 year old is absolutely infatuated by animals and reptiles. Here she was a few days ago.

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Thanks for the kind words and for all the looks this thread has gotten! grin

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This winter... Mr. Redtail Hawk at eye level

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