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Unread 04-01-2007, 07:00 PM
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Re: Snowy Owl-Hey Len

Roy, thanks for the heads up on the right clik. At first I thought you meant on my www.LenBackus.com site. I fixed it there. Now I realize you meant the images in this post. I can't fix that.

Emailed you on the other matter.
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    Re: Snowy Owl-Hey Len

    Sent you an email re: my poorly worded question.

    I really meant the dot com site. I think your pretty safe with the 'right click' on LRH as integrity seems to run pretty high here.

    Those pics of snowies, greys and eagles are some of the best ever. I hope that the photo think takes off for you.
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    Re: Snowy Owl

    Len,

    Beautiful pictures! Thank you for sharing.

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    awesome pics.
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    Re: Snowy Owl-Hey Len - A question

    The more I look at the pic of the owl landing with lunch in the left talon, the more intriguing it becomes. The timing is exceptional. The lighting is very interesting.

    It appears as though you had a reflector positioned below the owl to get the very interesting lighting on the bottom side. Was there snow cover or did you pull a rabbit out of a hat (serendipity)?

    Been messing w/a pencil sketch and the lighting/subtle shading is most interesting. You ought to go 8x10 or something even larger and you'd get some sales.

    Regards

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