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    Wonderful wonderful set, light is superb, compositions are great, sharpness is pristine, processing is done exquisitely. Congratulations on such stunning images. Hard to pic a favorite, but to me the white crowned sparrow beats them all out. The fantastic light, the sparlke in the eye, and the wonderful bokeh, just a perfect shot! Nominated!
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    Great set! I agree about the sparrow! Those guys are fairly skittish. Love the peacock for the wonderful colour and "spring is in the airness".

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    Not sure how to pick a fav from this amazing set. I think the peacock and squirrel stand out for me. The tulips go perfectly with the peacock and I love the comp that includes the tree base with the squirrel.

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    Thank you all so much for your thoughtful comments, I find them really encouraging! Thanks for the nomination Matt!!!

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    Wonderful set once again Jude. I agree it is very hard to pick out a favourite.
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    I can't pick a favourite... they are all simply wonderful.
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    Great set Jude. Like the others I can't pic a favourite. They are all so well done.

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    Like the others have commented. ALL so well composed with nice sharp detail Jude. If I had to pick, would be the Kinglet, and the Turtle conference. But then again, that Peacock with the head turn between the blurred tulips is a real stunner also.
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