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I used to be happy with a blue sky background. Now, I find I'm happier with clouds. It adds a little more drama to the shots.

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It especially adds to the third. Second one has that cool 3D effect. Are these from Rush Lake WR?

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Nice ones, Mike! I really like the first image. Sweet look at habitat as well as geese.

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Nice series, I really enjoy the look of the second image.

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Me too, that second image is awesome! Something about the blurry background really makes the bird pop out.

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Mike - I like that second one. The background really makes it. Nice series.

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It especially adds to the third. Second one has that cool 3D effect. Are these from Rush Lake WR?

Yes, these were from Black Rush Lake WR. I had planned on going again the next morning, so as to get the sun from the other direction, but got talked into going fishing instead. I made the right decision. smile I brought home my limit of brown trout and fried them up that evening. Yummy! I went back to the WR yesterday morning, but the wind was almost strong enough to blow me over. So, went fishing again. I caught another limit, including a small rainbow trout. One went back and 4 went in the freezer. Other than my mother's Dr's appt. in Sioux Falls, which took the better part of the afternoon, it was a good week. The weekend may be a different story. frown

Thanks all, for your comments.

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