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    nature photography of the White Mountains
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    More terrific pictures Patrick.He looks like one big strong healthy guy to me.I hope you see him for many seasons to come.

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    I'm convinced that there are no moose in NH!!! I've been wanting to see one forever, and have not been able to find one. I'm only kidding!

    Amazing shots as usual. I'm so amazed at how close you can get to them and the pictures you are able to snap.

    Karl

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    I'm going to have to find my thesaurus because I am running out of words to comment on your TR and pictures. Amazing as usual...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSearl View Post
    I'm convinced that there are no moose in NH!!! I've been wanting to see one forever, and have not been able to find one. I'm only kidding!

    Amazing shots as usual. I'm so amazed at how close you can get to them and the pictures you are able to snap.

    Karl
    Karl, when you least expect it, you will see one or more. That's the way it is with me. Just don't let it be right in front of your car.
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    Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!

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    Thanks, everyone! Enjoy sharing. Found an image ( out the 400+ I took ) that I overlooked before and I like it, so I thought I'd add it. I like the filtered light and soft shadows...

    nature photography of the White Mountains
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    very nice again
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