How to Tenderize that Fish (Warning)
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Herb Houghton
Registered: Feb 15, 2007
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mallardg500 wrote:
WOW!!!
Outstanding series Herb!
Really fantastic!

Phoo


Thanks a lot Phoo



Herb Houghton
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Tim Kuhn wrote:
Oh man Herb as good as the light is, the details are, all that but for me the flying blood makes these shots super special Way too cool Fine shooting my friend

Tim


Thank you kindly Timmy



Herb Houghton
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PerlaD300 wrote:
Great action sequence Loved it


I'm glad you enjoyed the series.



Herb Houghton
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MediumMac wrote:
Great set Herb! Totally captured the event. Beautiful work.

Joe


Thanks for looking



zzziippyyy
Registered: Nov 06, 2005
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Lovin it! Herb you really got the locations and timing down not to mention the time to be out there. Congrats on another fine set!



KCollett
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Holy smokes Herb, that is a great action sequence! Background is superb too. Super good job on these.



Herb Houghton
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Karl Witt wrote:
Life on the 'chopping block' is short lived but a marvelous show!

Smack that's good shootin' Herb

And your finish with an IF is the show topper, fine work!

Karl


Thanks for the fine comments Karl.



Herb Houghton
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tfoltz wrote:
Great behavioral set, I've witnessed this before but never shot it.
Nice job

-Tim


Thanks for commenting Tim.



Herb Houghton
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5stringz wrote:
off the shelf Herb!
fantastic set. I love em all!

Dave


Thanks a lot



Herb Houghton
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H1AlphaGuy wrote:
Fantastic series of pics!!!


Thanky



Herb Houghton
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Ryan Simmons wrote:
wow.....





Herb Houghton
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runamuck wrote:
The last recipe I had for carp involved a freshly sawn 3/4 inch thick board of yellow pine, various spices, balsamic vinegar and broiling for 10 minutes. Then you threw away the carp and ate the board. Anyway, I would need Hubble to get a shot of a kingfisher. Great series.


Thanks for the recipe, I've heard of it with several different species of fish.



Herb Houghton
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Reeftank1 wrote:
Great!

Brian


Thanks Brian



Herb Houghton
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Benzzene wrote:
Great shots...I wonder how long it takes for the bird to digest such a huge meal?


I'm not sure but they are small and have a fast metabolism as they are flying constantly and often hover hunting for their fish. I do know he had to make room for it shortly after he swallowed it.



Herb Houghton
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kmunroe wrote:
very nice set Herb


Thanks Ken



Herb Houghton
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surfnron wrote:
This whole set is over the top Herb. Congrats ~ Ron


Thanks for the kind comment Ron



Natures Photo
Registered: Jan 02, 2011
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Herb! These are bloody awesome



Doug Bentlage
Registered: Nov 01, 2006
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Excellent captures Herb, man, you got it all from start to finish! Super shooting.

Doug



morris
Registered: May 22, 2002
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Wonderful set Herb. I drove past the other day and was amazed at the water levels

Morris



waldr_p
Registered: Apr 18, 2008
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Sensational sequence Herb, great job! Paul.



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