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Jan 26, 2019 20:42:59   #
danniel
 
A few from the last 2 days. windy and cold so shot very little. Wind makes me wobble, pain killers make me wobble, add muscle relaxers lol. One has to be thankful for Image Stabilization, very, very thankful.

The squirrels this time of year are gobbling up the last of the buds preparing for the colder weather.
I don't thin they realize the live in Florida.

The Hawk appears to be a young one. However I may be wrong on that. After it left its perch, it flew circles and even did a somerset before leaving the area.

mourning doves always look so darn tidy all the time. I prefer the iridescent colours of the male over the female.

Note the difference in the Herons pupil from right to left side. Left one looks normal the right one elongated.
Herons, and most of these birds with aggressive chicks suffer injuries frequently. It may also be a genetic aberration.


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Jan 26, 2019 21:02:01   #
SailorRalph365
 
Nice work!

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Jan 26, 2019 21:30:44   #
danniel
 
Thanks SailorRalph :)

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Jan 26, 2019 21:31:48   #
chipdog902
 
Great shots--especially the last one!

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Jan 27, 2019 05:53:35   #
J-SPEIGHT (a regular here)
 
danniel wrote:
A few from the last 2 days. windy and cold so shot very little. Wind makes me wobble, pain killers make me wobble, add muscle relaxers lol. One has to be thankful for Image Stabilization, very, very thankful.

The squirrels this time of year are gobbling up the last of the buds preparing for the colder weather.
I don't thin they realize the live in Florida.

The Hawk appears to be a young one. However I may be wrong on that. After it left its perch, it flew circles and even did a somerset before leaving the area.

mourning doves always look so darn tidy all the time. I prefer the iridescent colours of the male over the female.

Note the difference in the Herons pupil from right to left side. Left one looks normal the right one elongated.
Herons, and most of these birds with aggressive chicks suffer injuries frequently. It may also be a genetic aberration.
A few from the last 2 days. windy and cold so shot... (show quote)


Nice set Danniel.

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Jan 27, 2019 07:23:58   #
jeryh
 
Wobble or not, those pics are on the mark !

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Jan 27, 2019 07:41:32   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
danniel wrote:
A few from the last 2 days. windy and cold so shot very little. Wind makes me wobble, pain killers make me wobble, add muscle relaxers lol. One has to be thankful for Image Stabilization, very, very thankful.

The squirrels this time of year are gobbling up the last of the buds preparing for the colder weather.
I don't thin they realize the live in Florida.

The Hawk appears to be a young one. However I may be wrong on that. After it left its perch, it flew circles and even did a somerset before leaving the area.

mourning doves always look so darn tidy all the time. I prefer the iridescent colours of the male over the female.

Note the difference in the Herons pupil from right to left side. Left one looks normal the right one elongated.
Herons, and most of these birds with aggressive chicks suffer injuries frequently. It may also be a genetic aberration.
A few from the last 2 days. windy and cold so shot... (show quote)


Fine series.

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Jan 27, 2019 09:56:46   #
Darren01
 
Nice set

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Jan 27, 2019 10:10:09   #
Earnest Botello (a regular here)
 
Very good series Danniel.

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Jan 27, 2019 10:22:23   #
jederick (a regular here)
 
Excellent photos...very nice detail in the last two of the GBH!!

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Jan 27, 2019 10:25:24   #
angler (a regular here)
 
Good set.

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Jan 27, 2019 11:51:41   #
kpmac (a regular here)
 
Beautiful soft images.

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Jan 27, 2019 13:13:00   #
dmc
 
Danniel, very nice composition. Really like #3.

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