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Buford
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1/5/2020
Buford
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All pictures are from the last two days. I figured people would be sick of sheep pictures, so I have some that don't include sheep.

Got some decent pictures of these guys:














Other random pictures from the weekend.


Trying to remove some of the haze from this picture:







Saw sheep as usual this weekend. Some idiot chased them up a ridge trying to get a cell phone pic on Saturday as I pulled up. The last five times driving by they have been there including Sunday. It is always the same two tagged ewes. The other sheep with them has varied. They were too far away for any great pictures this weekend.

Of course the sheep posed against the Santa Rosa range now that all the snow is melted out:




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Scooter
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1/5/2020
Scooter
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Great trip report. Love the picture of Toro in the sunset.
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tommy750
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1/5/2020
tommy750
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Again, great pics!
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ziphius
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1/7/2020
ziphius
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Great photos Buford. The Costa's hummingbirds are great.

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Rocko1
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1/7/2020
Rocko1
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These are fantastic. I especially like this one https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49337499607_011253ff4f_b.jpg This would be a great computer background.

Thanks for sharing.
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DHeuschele
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1/7/2020
DHeuschele
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You are very good photographer. Sweet.
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Buford
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1/7/2020
Buford
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I am trying to improve my pictures and processing. Something to do when not doing a death march hike.

I've been working on the Toro sunset photo and giving it different processing. It is a picture I had been trying to get for a while, but the sunset never cooperated before. Still trying to get the haze halo to go away from the badlands to Toro transition in the picture. I wish I shot it as a panorama and stitched it together for better resolution.


Another processing of the same pic:



One more hummingbird image that hadn't been posted yet:
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deborah
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1/7/2020
deborah
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Yes, these are great! The clarity is amazing. And the colors of those hummingbirds... some kind of magic.
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davidwyby
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1/8/2020
davidwyby
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I have a wildlife photographer friend I met at SR spring years ago (Jack Daynes) who would probably like those hummingbird shots. You're inspiring me to start lugging a real camera on my adventures again.
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dsefcik
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1/10/2020
dsefcik
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Very Nice...hummingbirds expend an enormous amount of energy flying around.

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