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    5-Rvers - Looking Back

    I was going through some shots from the beginning of the season and found a day I didnt do any processing.... so heres a couple from that day at 5-Rivers...







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    Those are awesome!!! You didn't tell me you saw an owl LOL Excellent shots, especially 1, 3 and 7 - great work



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    Great shots love the 3rd shot, the one of the red squirel, really spot on sharp.
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    Great stuff man.............love em all but have to say the Woodpecker is my fav!
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    wow ross...most excellent!!
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    Great photos. I love the squirl that is eating photo!!!!
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    Wow! I love wildlife shots, and the redish color on the woodpecker really pops out.
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