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What do I need to do to get permission to use some of your photos. New Hampshire Audubon is working on new signs to be a part of an ongoing interpretive display featuring six live raptors. Your pictures would be included on the informational signs out front of the raptor enclosures. Please let me know if this possible and what I need to do to make it happen.
Thanks for your time.
Mike, I can look at you birding album all day! Whenever I want to see what a particular bird looks like, I got to your albums. I'm sure you must get overwhelmed with positive responses. Just so you know, I consider your work to be the standard to which I subscribe to but know I will never attain. Keep up the amazing works of art!
Robert J Kane
very good work. I was loking through your photos thinking that with the birds you have been shooting it kind of feels like home turns out I'm just around the corner. keep shooting.
Lomea Hide Photography
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You sure know how to wield that camera. Best. J
Spectacular Mike. I came here from your recent Merganzer shot in Naturescapes.
Mike , your photos stand out. Surley the best bird galleries on pbase. Thanks for sharing.
Your photos are so good that I have no words.
I hope when it fails to consider photography as well.
I enjoy watching them.
Your PHOTOS are AWESOME..........
I too LOVE taking Photos,, and I gotta tell ya, it really shows, when people really enjoy being behind the lens!
A very beautiful gallery. Thank you for sharing it.
NICE pics, Mike! Thank you so much for posting the pic of the Egret on Ontbirds and for sharing all your photos! I really enjoyed looking at them! Thanx!
Mike, Belated welcome to Pbase. Enjoyed viewing your images. Tern flight shots and woodpeckers were great. Hope you'll show EXIF data with 40D & 500+1.4. I enjoy studying the data along with viewing the pictures to extend my learning curve.