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    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

    It's easy to not be afraid of tigers when you're sitting in your living room watching a television program about tigers. When you're in the jungle where the tigers are, it's quite a different story.
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    Someone asked me if I pinched the above pic from a magazine. I took it from my back deck. Uncropped version:
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    Happy weekend all. Today I did my very first newborn shoot. I still have much to learn but it's good practice for me and I love babies.

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    Originally Posted by jmelanson View Post
    This guy was sitting on top of a pole and had just finished eating half of a Vole he caught. I saw him keep looking up and I tried looking to see what he was looking at, but couldn't see anything. Well all of a sudden he takes flight and latches onto a Mourning Dove in the tree right in front of me. It weighed too much for him to fly with, so the both of them tumbled to the ground 15' in front of us. (talk about right place, right time!) I've photographed 5 different Northern Hawk Owls over 14 years and this is the first time I've ever seen one catch a bird, let alone a Mourning Dove! He tried to fly with it, but being 1/2 his body weight, he couldn't get far with it.



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