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    Baited. This image was created at the infamous wall of shame on Oakley St. in Cambridge, Maryland on 2/9/20 at 2:39PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Medium crop.

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    Incredible detail and light, John. I'm really enjoying this series. The exposure looks spot on. I'd remove just a hair off the LHS and some some to the right to balance the composition, but it also works well as presented. TFS and looking forward to more from the WOS

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    Nice Image. Head Angle and Low point of view is nice. Good details on the bird.

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    Another fine capture from your wall of shame. Great POV and exquisite detail. If you were sitting in the water, as you said on an earlier post, in early February, I assume you were wearing a wet suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Dix View Post
    If you were sitting in the water, as you said on an earlier post, in early February, I assume you were wearing a wet suit.
    Insulated waders with long underwear and some hand warmers. Yes the water was cold.

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