A short mornings mix...........(7)
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Karl Witt
Registered: Jul 11, 2007
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tfoltz wrote:
Looks like a very productive outing, looks one heck of a stroll.

-Tim


Didn't have much time, didn't have good light for long so a little bit of luck was a nice gift!
Thanks Tim
Karl



Karl Witt
Registered: Jul 11, 2007
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mike717 wrote:
Excellent set Karl, looks like a very productive morning walk.

Mike


Thanks Mike
Karl



Karl Witt
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munzir.khan wrote:
impressive work Karl!! bit of distraction on tail side in first two photos all in all great series liked them all!!



Hello stranger! yes on the tail but I knew I had only a few clicks to shoot before he would fly so I stood frozen and shot 5 quick shots and he was gone! Thanks buddy
Karl



Karl Witt
Registered: Jul 11, 2007
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David Leask wrote:
Excellent shots Karl. The 'new' rig is serving you well. All exhibit excellent sharpness and detail.
David


Thanks David, new rig is a dream machine just gotta be on my game to get its potential, it's all user error
Karl



Karl Witt
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kmunroe wrote:
very nice set Karl


Thanks Kenny!
Karl



Karl Witt
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Rob Tillyer wrote:
Great set Karl, I feel the mood of the morning. The bluebird on the dogwood is my pick.

Rob


The bluebirds jumped out and surprised us, a few standing shooting here, that was nice, thanks for your pick on it Rob The morning had a good feel early on.....
Karl



Conrad Tan
Registered: Dec 08, 2007
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I don't care if everyone is Nittin you to death, I LOVE that you're posting birds brother!!!!!!!!! Woohoo!!!!!!!!!! And raptors nontheless!!!!!!



Thomas Sanders
Registered: Aug 17, 2008
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Oh I do like those Hawk shots buddy, every one of em
The RTH flyer is a beaut and cool to see this one on the ground doing what those juvi's do

Leaving all the sticks and flora MAKES the shot for #3, wonderful image Karl.

Your little ones are fantastic as always and I'm enjoying that BB on that interesting perch

You are rollin now with that Pati-glass bro, bring it on my friend



Tom



Haifisch M3
Registered: Apr 11, 2010
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Super set Karl
the bluebird with the berries is my top pick
you need to pchop-fix the eye in the first image, it is outstanding
Hai



harshaj1
Registered: Mar 13, 2004
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Looks like a very productive outing Karl. 4 and 5 are my favorites. The lens is a winner.
Harsha



Karl Witt
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KF wrote:
Such a great set of pictures Karl

I really like them all, but the last two are my pick!

Koen.



Thanks much Koen, glad you enjoyed the set and the little ones here!
Karl



Karl Witt
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Gary Lee 44 wrote:
You mix things up just right Mr. Karl.
Great stuff, #5 is a beauty and my pick of the day.
Gary


Interesting pick Gary and I am glad to hear you picked it out of this set. It's a-la-natural of an image
Thanks buddy
Karl



Karl Witt
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birdied wrote:
Looks as if you had a wonderful time with nature Fantastic shots Karl !

Birdie


Thank you very much Birdie, it's good mental therapy for sure
Karl



Karl Witt
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Ted ellis wrote:
Sweet nature walk and shots amigo! Coopers are great looking raptors.


Yes my friend those Coopers are magnificent to see! Appreciate your kindness sir
Karl



dhb820
Registered: Aug 11, 2012
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I also took a morning hike, but wasn't so fortunate. Very nice!



charlespan
Registered: Mar 17, 2010
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Wonderful series! No 1,2 and 5 are my favorites.



raymondjbarlow
Registered: Mar 16, 2006
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Nice set Karl... they all look great to me!



Nancy Asquith
Registered: Nov 04, 2007
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They're all beautiful. My favorite is the bluebird.

The classy frames caught my eye as well. Really nice. Are you using the FM software?

Nancy



Karl Witt
Registered: Jul 11, 2007
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KCollett wrote:
A fine set Karl. The last two strike my fancy. Good looking bush for the BG.


Hello Ken. Can't beat the Autumn patina that is upcoming, hope for more outings to catch the color and the birdies!
Thanks budddy
Karl



Karl Witt
Registered: Jul 11, 2007
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72chevelle454 wrote:
Wonderful set KarlA,

Liking the looks you got from mr. coopers

#3 if you had more room left and right would be nicer in my eyes

#5 is my pick, great turn and sharpness is where it needs to be on the bird.

Soon you'll be carrying that big ole lens around with no worries


Thanks for the comments, #5 was a surprise, sunshine to heavy shade but kept an 'eye' on him

Take care Chaddy.....
Karl



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