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    Posted: 13 September 2020 at 18:40
And where else would one go? Apparently, everyone got the memo, but in the early morning hours, it was still cool and peaceful.

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Thanks for looking.

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Many beauties here, for example #8 is a very good shot. The flower in #5 is wonderful. TFS Winston
Respect. Observe. Capture. Enjoy.
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Thanks Michel. Not every picture can be of an egret or heron, but I try anyways. With fall migration on the way, Huntley will look quite different in a few months time. We had a lot of rain the last few months so the water level remained higher than normal throughout the summer.
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#8 is excellent, but the rest is very nice too.
#11 is initially less eye catching, but I like that one a lot too.
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