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Nauti

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Old Longhair

Crazy Ol' Foole
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Thanks bud........it took a lot of attempts to get the timing of the water rolling over the birds head and i had some decent equipment which made things a lot easier.......and an element of luck.
Do you ever shoot video and grab a frame?
 

hawgdawg

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Thanks bud........it took a lot of attempts to get the timing of the water rolling over the birds head and i had some decent equipment which made things a lot easier.......and an element of luck.
I saw a pic posted in a newspaper ,, i think i was somewhere in Va. ,, probably 30 years ago,, a fella , made a miniature park setting with a park bench, little park playing pieces, and a miniature fake camera on a tripod ,,, set it up in his back yard where the squirrels would play everyday. And he said he would sit and watch them while drinking coffee in the mornings. He had his camera set up in the house with him i guess. But he was able to get a picture with 1 squirrel positioned at the camera like it was taking a picture of the other squirrel , while it posed . Always wished i had saved that article. It made a nice photo.
 
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