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finnbay

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Have been super busy lately, so haven't had much time to shoot for myself, or keep up with the forum for that matter. Doesn't mean I've been sitting on my hands. Just a few from the last week or so:

Sam in the berry patch - no wonder it takes so long to fill the bucket!

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Cooler mornings and dew bring some neat sights as I'm driving to work:

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Lots of juvies at the feeder:

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And a chance to see a little of some lumberjack competition:

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That second image of the dew on the spider web is done very well! Congrats!!

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Nice variety. The dew coated web is nice as are the birds, especially the second one. Nice and sharp.

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Great shots Ken! I also really like the web.

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Great work as always, l like that web shot as well.

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Finnbay, was that you standing along Hwy 21 yesterday morning by the swamp north of Bear Island Lane(I think that is the road).

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Casey,

Sure was! Didn't have my boots along to get into the swamp further, but the webs sure caught my eye!

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A lot of great shots there Ken. I'm particularly fond of the downy, hummingbird and spider web.

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