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KWeck
Registered: Aug 19, 2009
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Country: United States

Nice set Tim... love the eagles but the grebes are super...
Kurt



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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Mark Cronin wrote:
Great stuff Tim.
7, 8 & 1 are my pick's.
All real nice.

Mark


Thanks Mark, glad you like them!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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Dennis M 1064 wrote:
Excellent stuff Tim

Number two. . .yup, I've had mornings like that.


Thanks Dennis!! 2

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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waldr_p wrote:
Good set Tim, I'm going with 8 too.

Paul.


Thanks Paul, I have more of those two in the works.

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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David Leask wrote:
Beautiful set Tim. The last one really stands out for me. Well found in the archives
David


Thank you David Sometimes we forget what we have

Tim



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
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mikeengles wrote:
Hello

N2 seems to have a lot of feather detail. I know that a lot of people are very averse to showing 100% detail, but could you post a 100% crop of the eye and fluffiness around, it as well as give us an idea of what the crop is relative to the whole image?

Mikie Engles


Since this is such a large crop I'd rather not put up a 100% shot. Here is the non crop

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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harshaj1 wrote:
Terrific set Tim. All top rated stuff.
Harsha


That's nice of you to say Harsha, thank you!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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Rob Tillyer wrote:
Super set Tim. With images this good it seems silly to try to pick favourites but I did #8 and #7 are both over the top.

Rob


You are too kind Rob, thank you very much!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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WesN wrote:
Tim,

Another great series. 2, 5 and 8 are my favorite of the bunch.

Wes N.


Thanks Wes, so glad you like them!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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dorian wrote:
wow! and this was just the stuff that was lying around unprocessed. a really nice collection of stuff, tim. i, apparently like everyone else, really like the grebe shot. very tender.

for the record, i think #4 is a winter plumage spotted sandpiper. solitary, in all plumages, has white flecks on his back (which this bird lacks). he is also a bit stocky for a solitary which is bigger and has a more elongated appearance (kinda like a yellowlegs!)

dorian


Thank you Dorian!! Also thanks for the ID and info. I should have been more careful, I was IDing from memory, not always the best way to go

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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raymondjbarlow wrote:
beauties Tim... grebe shot is unreal!


Thanks Bro, I really appreciate it!

Tim



Tim Kuhn
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KWeck wrote:
Nice set Tim... love the eagles but the grebes are super...
Kurt


Glad you think so Kurt, thank you!

Tim



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
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All beauties, Tim.
I'm going to pick 1 3 4 5 8. Keep them coming.
Chris



Tim Kuhn
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CDaescher wrote:
All beauties, Tim.
I'm going to pick 1 3 4 5 8. Keep them coming.
Chris


Thank you Chris more are on the way

Tim



canadajim
Registered: Apr 23, 2006
Total Posts: 2028
Country: Canada

Great set Tim. I love the interaction of the grebes.

Jim



Thomas Sanders
Registered: Aug 17, 2008
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What a great PBG moment bro Love that image!
Funny stuff on the opener and I see now how Rails check their six
More fun with the rummy lookin Towhee and this one does look bewildered!
YL on the pads is a stunner with that sweet light and killer exposure control (these birds are tuuuuf)
Grats on the young Solitary (you Bas... ) At the Fill
All 3 of the JBE's are super sweet Tim especially #6 Hope you will introduce me one day

Keep hittin that August folder will ya


Tom



Ted ellis
Registered: Aug 08, 2007
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As always Tim...very impressive. I still have not captured a bald eagle sitting on a log. Have you been talking to Tony?



Tim Kuhn
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canadajim wrote:
Great set Tim. I love the interaction of the grebes.

Jim


Thanks so much Jim, glad you like them!

Tim



Charlie Shugart
Registered: Feb 06, 2007
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Country: United States

A terrific set, Tim.
I especially like the lighting on #5.
And #8 is purely delightful. I don't know much about grebes, but do mommas feed their babies?
Looking at her beak, I'd guess she was a vegetarian solely.
Charlie



Tim Kuhn
Registered: Nov 29, 2006
Total Posts: 45250
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Thomas Sanders wrote:
What a great PBG moment bro Love that image!
Funny stuff on the opener and I see now how Rails check their six
More fun with the rummy lookin Towhee and this one does look bewildered!
YL on the pads is a stunner with that sweet light and killer exposure control (these birds are tuuuuf)
Grats on the young Solitary (you Bas... ) At the Fill
All 3 of the JBE's are super sweet Tim especially #6 Hope you will introduce me one day

Keep hittin that August folder will ya


Tom


The PBGs just ignored me, it was a real treat to spend some serious time with them.
The Rail had me laughing, those guys are a bit funny
The Towhee must have been eating fermented berries
YL, another treat ole Ma Nature handed me
Solitary is a Spotted I miss ID , from the pond when it had some water in it in August.
BE's man those are golden times for photography and priceless moments to boot!

Thanks for all the nice words Tom.

Tim



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