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Old 11-19-2011   #11
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Great captures, gautam. Right on the mark!

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Ive went out more than once to known haunts just to shoot Pheasants and come home empty handed. Chased this bird one time thru the weeds but that didnt lead to something I would post here. (ha ha trust me on this one) Good captures.
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Thanks everybody for the kind comments. Much appreciated.
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Lovely shots Gautam. I never seem to be able to get good pheasant shots, they seem to run some kind of interference pattern with their feathers so the shots always looked blurred.... Could just be me I suppose.

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Very nice shots. I love the first one, great greenery to contrast with the red facial feathers. I have hunted them and on very close inspection the head feathers are amazing. Very fine details.

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