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This is a discussion on Stress Reliever within the Animals (mammals, birds, insects etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; My toilet in the master bedroom overflowed and was flooding all day long. Water ended up flooding the kitchen below ...

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    My toilet in the master bedroom overflowed and was flooding all day long. Water ended up flooding the kitchen below it. The restoration people are currently tearing apart the master bedroom and kitchen to get rid of water and potential mold.

    This has really stressed me out. To help relieve the stress I went to a local park got a few pictures of this little guy.
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    One more. I know the bird is nothing special. I was going for composition.
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    Very nice captures of the Killdeer Asnow, and the Gull is very well done comp. wise. Really like that one.
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    Thanks HBG. Thanks also for identifying the bird. My bird knowledge is limited and didn't know it was a killdeer.

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    Very cool shots, asnow... sorry to hear about your stress creator but glad you have a valve to let it out and thanks for sharing the results.
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    Ouch water damage sucks! Hope the restorers did a great job.
    I quite like the bokeh and comp in post 1 shot 4. And the comp in shot 2 is also well done.
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    I have to agree..photography does help the soul in tough times. My fav is the last shot.
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    Nice set. I like how the lighting in #3 frames the bird, and bokeh is #4.
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    Nice set. Love the killdeer.
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    Very nice photos and soooo sorry about the water problem.
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