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      Richard Flack

      Swallow-tailed Bee-eater

      Thread Starter: Richard Flack

      These colourful bee-eaters stand out against the dry backdrop of the kalahari. Look forward to your comments. Thanks!


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      Walker Noe

      Green Heron

      Thread Starter: Walker Noe

      Taken in Cottonwood, AZ back in May. D5100 and 300mm f4. No setup or calls, etc. Going for a more environmental portrait.

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      Don Lacy

      Canon 17-40 f/4 L

      Thread Starter: Don Lacy

      I am selling my 17-40 at a BPN price only of 475.00 the lens will go on other forums in two or three weeks at the current market value of 500.00. The

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      White-tailed kite

      Thread Starter: arash_hazeghi

      This image is from 2012 when there was a large population of white-tailed kites in Half Moon Bay area. I hope you like it

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      Valerio Tarone

      Iceland2 N-w fiords

      Thread Starter: Valerio Tarone

      As i was studying the landscape I released a S line in the middle is always a strong line.
      NikonD300 sigma zoom at18mm f10 1/60 iso200 Ap.prority

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      Jeannean Ryman

      Female Painted Bunting

      Thread Starter: Jeannean Ryman

      While the female Painted Bunting is no where as colorful as her counterpart, and often gets overlooked, I think she's still a pretty little thing. Taken

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      Brendon Cremer

      Side by Side

      Thread Starter: Brendon Cremer

      Two Emerald Spotted Doves drinking side by side from one of the bird bath hides, as the sun rises on another great day in the Bush.


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      Brendon Cremer


      Thread Starter: Brendon Cremer

      A Lioness lies in the cool darkness her attention caught by the sounds of Zebra calling on the other side of the river.

      Machaba Camp, Khwai,

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      Rachel Hollander

      Vervet Portrait

      Thread Starter: Rachel Hollander

      Taken back at Kings Camp during the mid-afternoon break. The comp/crop is because she was sitting on the back of a lounge chair by the pool and I wanted

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      Karl Egressy

      Spotte Sandpiper.

      Thread Starter: Karl Egressy

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    • Read the Fine Print

      I actually read all of the Terms and Conditions (up to here anyway) for Nikon's My Picturetown.

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