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maybe one of our aviary experts can identify this bird. it was flying below Hoover dam when Jocko500 and myself were walking across.the focus is not what I would like. I was using auto focus and it was picking up on the background instead I went to bed at 8:30 last night, then got up and went home at 11:00.no I am joking. I was really tired for some reason.installing my programs wore me out I suppose. M4 and V4 would not install until after I installed Mil dragon. Mike(mapps) said because they are dragon hunters!! thanks for having a look and of course any comments are welcomed

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Bossie_Boots

6:11AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Im no expert but looks like a kestral and i know the feeling i have just changed from windows to mac and its a nightmare converting my files from windows to mac and changing my programs i have been pulling my hair out lol superb work hugs lou x

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shadownet

6:15AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Great capture, not sure either I am pretty sure its not a pigeon. That's weird on M4 and V4. Mike maybe right as I have seen them hunting dragons!

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prutzworks

6:15AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

nice ortho collage

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morningglory

6:16AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

It's an Osprey. They are beautiful birds.

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mapps

6:16AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

cool shoot, my expertise tells me it is some kind of bird ... guess I am not much help on this one :-)

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claude19

6:20AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

SPLENDID shot of this bird flying around a building or over sea !!!

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Hendesse

6:21AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Great collage of fantastic shots. No idea what a bird it is.

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bimm3d

6:46AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

wonderful photos!!!!!!

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JaneEden

6:53AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

What a privilege to see such a magnificent bird and fabulous that you managed to capture it on camera. Funny you should mention about auto on your camera, I have relied on that far too much in the past, and am trying to correct how I take my photos now. Of course my photography is never as good as yours, but I am still learning Ha ha! Thanks so much for supporting my gallery Richard, much appreciated, hugs Jane xx

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flora-crassella

7:01AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

very cool photos!!!!!!

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magnus073

7:21AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Great captures of this bird Richard, excellent work. Still smiling over what Mike told you :)

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Rainastorm

7:40AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

I am no bird expert either...but it looks like a Redtail Hawk, or some type of Hawk....very awesome capture by the way....and Mapps is probably right o that, these characters seem to have mind of their own on my comp as well. I now have Windows 7 and it is running OK but the fancy little things it does to show me it is 'working' drives me insane...lol

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carlx

7:57AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Excellent collage, Richard!!!

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THROBBE

8:17AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

No bird expert but could be a type of Hawk...Nice collage!

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mistressotdark

8:19AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

could be a hawk...cool collage

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lwperkins

8:33AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

That is definitely a bird;) I like how even out of focus you framed it so well on the lower right, it's great wing reference too!

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Bampster

9:03AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Great shots--- I believe it is an Osprey. Excellent presentation!!!!!

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flavia49

9:08AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

marvelous capture!!!

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OrphanedSoul

9:25AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

On the Mill people, you needed to install to Daz studio then direct to poser, it is a DAZ issue that has to do with how they set up there installer, v4 came out before SmithMicro bought poser so the v4 and M4 installers do not recognize the name, now I install all of the daz stuff this way, Great capture and I will go along with the Ospry!

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Meisiekind

10:28AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Wonderful shots of this Osprey or Hawk or whatever... Your narrative gave me a good giggle!!! :)

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Darkwish

11:16AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Remarkable pic! Very well done!

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brycek

11:21AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Beautiful collage!!

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MagikUnicorn

11:22AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

B E A U T Y

MrsLubner

11:52AM | Thu, 29 October 2009

I have to agree it is an osprey. I had occassion to research these birds this year and the band of white on the face is the clue. They are very large and the underside is mostly white. You cannot see the feet here but Danob told me they are the only bird of prey with all toes the same length with makes them the best airborne fisherman in their class. Stunning shots of an awesome bird.

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Faemike55

12:24PM | Thu, 29 October 2009

It's an Osprey - got that nest near where I work and they are beautiful birds!

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mgtcs

12:27PM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Beautiful work my friend, excellent collage, amazing one!

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bmac62

12:36PM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Osprey...morningglory REALLY knows her birds! Excellent collage filled with interest for me.

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eekdog

1:21PM | Thu, 29 October 2009

cool osprey's richad, great capture.

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bazza

1:25PM | Thu, 29 October 2009

Lovely capture of this sparrow Richard didn't know they grew so large must be from Texas where every thing is bigger lol.. No just kidding.. nice bird whatever it is most say Osprey so I'll go along with them.. well done glad your getting your files sorted...

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lizzibell

1:47PM | Thu, 29 October 2009

nice shots...

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