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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #45 on: October 12, 2013, 12:09:04 AM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

OK, let's hijack this thread - its gone on long enough, anyway :-)

How about a great blue heron in a tree?

BTW - that loon etc in the tree was great!

Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

All right, you've got me reaching now...
How about a bear in a tree
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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #46 on: October 12, 2013, 12:11:08 AM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

OK, let's hijack this thread - its gone on long enough, anyway :-)

How about a great blue heron in a tree?

BTW - that loon etc in the tree was great!

Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

All right, you've got me reaching now...
How about a bear in a tree

LOL ;D...you win, no bears in Hawaii (except at the zoo) 8)
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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #47 on: October 12, 2013, 12:25:21 AM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

OK, let's hijack this thread - its gone on long enough, anyway :-)

How about a great blue heron in a tree?

BTW - that loon etc in the tree was great!

Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

I would have been more impressed with an Octopus in an Octopus tree :)

While we are stretching..... how about cats in a tree? I used this picture last winter for Christmas Cards, and yes, that is the front of a canoe on the wall of my living room :)
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« Reply #48 on: October 12, 2013, 12:59:08 AM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

OK, let's hijack this thread - its gone on long enough, anyway :-)

How about a great blue heron in a tree?

BTW - that loon etc in the tree was great!

Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

I would have been more impressed with an Octopus in an Octopus tree :)

While we are stretching..... how about cats in a tree? I used this picture last winter for Christmas Cards, and yes, that is the front of a canoe on the wall of my living room :)

Very nice..and lovely cats ;)
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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #49 on: October 12, 2013, 01:01:41 AM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

OK, let's hijack this thread - its gone on long enough, anyway :-)

How about a great blue heron in a tree?

BTW - that loon etc in the tree was great!

Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

I would have been more impressed with an Octopus in an Octopus tree :)

While we are stretching..... how about cats in a tree? I used this picture last winter for Christmas Cards, and yes, that is the front of a canoe on the wall of my living room :)

Another good one, Don.
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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #50 on: October 12, 2013, 06:01:27 PM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

LOL...now that is something I've never seen.


Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

Fake, fake, fake. Everyone knows an octopus isn't a tree.

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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #51 on: October 13, 2013, 05:26:06 AM »
I would never fake or stage a "wildlife" picture :)

You may have fooled others, but not me. A common loon in a tree? Nice try! ;D

How about a groundhog in a tree?

OK, let's hijack this thread - its gone on long enough, anyway :-)

How about a great blue heron in a tree?

BTW - that loon etc in the tree was great!

Jackson_Bill, love that great blue heron shot!

+1...how about a juvenile AND an adult BCN Heron in the same Octopus tree? ;D

I would have been more impressed with an Octopus in an Octopus tree :)


OK, you asked for it ;D
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Re: Veteran cameraman claims: BBC 'fakes wildlife shots all the time'
« Reply #51 on: October 13, 2013, 05:26:06 AM »