My first Sandies (11)
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jfwoodman
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KCollett wrote:
Excellent work Jim! I especially like 3 & 4. There is a small group in #3 that are not at all cooperating with the general flow of things. Better have a talk with them!


Thanks Ken! Given all the honking these guys were doing, I think THEY would do all the talking.



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Tim Kuhn wrote:
Congrats on the first Jim The first three for me, well done

Tim


Thanks Tim, much appreciated.



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blueimage wrote:
Sweet Jim, very Bosque'esqe

Jim



Lodi will do for now, but one day, Bosque! thanks Jim



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Rob Tillyer wrote:
Nice job Jim, that's a shoot you'll not soon forget.

Rob


You are absolutely right, Rob. The sights and sounds of the Sandies coming in were something else!



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birdied wrote:
Congratulations !!! I have never seen these and what a treat it must be.
My picks of would be 1,2,3,4 and 8. Lovely set.
Can't wait to see your sunrise shots

Birdie


Thanks Birdie, it was amazing



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kmunroe wrote:
nicely done Jim .. the first two for me


thanks for the picks, Kyle.



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surfnron wrote:
Congrats Jim on the firsts. You did well with these. 1 and 3 are my picks ~ Ron


thank you, Ron. Much appreciated!



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marklankton wrote:
Welcome to the Fred Miranda Sandhill Love rehab center. All nice shots; #3 is my favorite.
Mark


Indeed. At first I didn't understand it, and then I saw and heard them...now I'm also hooked

thanks Mark



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morris wrote:
3, 5, 6 and 8 are super Jim

Morris


Thanks for the picks, Morris



sdgnh
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Great set, Jim. Beautiful backgrounds and action.
Nancy



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Karl Witt wrote:
I am liking #4 and #9 as well as 1-3 Jim. Glad you had the chance to see multiples of them, I am still stuck on seeing two at most

Karl


Come West, Karl. Sandhill Heaven out this way.

Thanks for the picks, I was partial to those as well.

Jim



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codroy wrote:
Beautiful set...first 3 for me..!!


thank you, codroy, much appreciated!



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tfoltz wrote:
Jim, Congratulations, what a thrill it must have been and great photos to remember your first sandies by.

-Tim


thank you very much, Tim. It was memorable fo sho

How are things at BC?



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eyelaser wrote:
Great shots Jim. I have not seen my first so I can only imagine the excitement.
Eric


I'm sure it's not quite like staring down a Cheetah, Eric, but it WAS exciting



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Storm300 wrote:
Nice images! If you didn't say anything, I could have mistaken these for Bosque. Nice job!


thank you very much!



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Thomas Sanders wrote:
Always love seeing these big beautiful birds and you did em proud Jim!
Neat lighting treatment for these and hope you get another whack at em soon

Tom


Thank you, Tom. I hope so too!

Jim



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Howard Kearley wrote:
super shots and congrats

Howard


Thank you for the kind response, Howard.

Jim



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CDaescher wrote:
Big congrats, Jim.
This looks like a lot of excitement. The air must have been full of sounds.
Chris


Thank you Chris! It was very exciting and very loud.

Jim



Thang
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#4 is stunning!



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sdgnh wrote:
Great set, Jim. Beautiful backgrounds and action.
Nancy


Thank you for your kind comments.

Jim



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