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Flying eagle 2

A more distant view on this flying 4.5 ft raptor. Enjoy!

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Taken with samsung SAMSUNG-SM-J320A

  • 3.3 mm
  • 1/479
  • f f/2.2
  • ISO 50
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Thank you John! Next month I'm invited to Branson Missouri  to carve 6 days there for the biggest veterans event in the U.S. Master  carver Steve Gore of Chainsaws for Charity will be hosting it. He will be touring next Year for 16 months with a memorial wall carving that's 50 feet long and 35,000 pounds across the states. He invited me to it because I'm a wounded warrior. There will be 8 of us carving. I have got to know many worldwide saw artists and keep in touch with them for help. You never stop learning. When you do, it's time to put  them saws  down. Creativity is another must. If you can't do it, find a way to do so. It can be done with proper planning !

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