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Kitten stalking deer.
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...and the "Stare of Death"
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I have a new 'rare' picture too Mike, I may already have put this on the thread but it's a good shot so................

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Photo by Nancy; Sigma 50mm f2.8 macro at 5.6 focused at infinity using that B&W polarizer.
Ard, what I like about this picture is that's it's composed just right, and the colors are perfect. Contrast and clarity are perfect.
But that's just my brain liking it.
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The colors ARE great in Ard's photo. And I can only hope I get a view of a comparable deer this year like that cat is getting!
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Beautiful sky, Casey. It amazes me the variety of cool and warm colors you get in the sky at sunrise and sunset.
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This is a perfect example to show that fish look smaller when you are looking at them underwater. Look at the submerged fish and then at the size of the tail. I landed that fish and the whole thing was big

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[This is a perfect example to show that fish look smaller when you are looking at them underwater. Look at the submerged fish and then at the size of the tail. I landed that fish and the whole thing was big Ard]

Ok, now I am totally confused!!! I hook a fish and before I can see him, the fish feels huge. Then when I actually catch site of him in the water I am depressed because he looks so small, but wait, there is good news coming. If I can land the fish, it will be bigger than when I fist laid eyes upon him but not as big as when first hooked and before I saw him.

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