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Jeremy airjer W

Looking for some excellent hunting photos

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Jeremy airjer W

We are updating the cover photo on the HSO Facebook page and are looking for some really nice hunting photos to incorporate into the new collage.

Specifically any photo of your hunting adventures that would make you say "wow what a great photo" would be considered. The photo should be a large good quality image ( 600 to 800+ pixels wide would be awesome). Photos should also be your own personal images and you would agree to have them used in our timeline cover.

More than likely there will be several cover images created to reflect different seasons. Once I have them completed I will post them all here so you can see the finished images.

Feel free to post your pics in this thread. If you're a little shy no worries feel free to email them to me. grin

Thanks in advance!

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MuleShack

Do you want them posted on here or emailed of added to the FB page?

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Jeremy airjer W

Sorry, post them here. I'll change the above to reflect that.

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MuleShack

This is all I got.

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Jeremy airjer W

I think we may have found a fall background image! Nice pics!

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B-man715

Great stuff so far guys!

Here are a few, I hope you enjoy them

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NoWiser

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Not photoshopped. The whole world was black and white that morning!

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reinhard1

i remember this great picture. snow sticking to everything, and an awesome buck. good luck.

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TylerS

If Remy would have turned his head TOWARD the camera instead of away, I'd say this was my best photo ever. That said, I still like it:

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HooknHorns

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paceman

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Archerysniper

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surewood
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Gordie

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Archerysniper

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reinhard1

great stuff!!!. good luck.

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Gordie

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MuleShack

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Abndoc

In the afternoon after opening morning, just couldn't keep them open!

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bigbucks

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Big Country

Gordies duck blind shot over the diver blocks gets my vote. That stirs up great memories! BC

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Jeremy airjer W

It took much longer than expected but I have a finished product. Thanks to everyone that posted photos, it was not easy choosing just a few.

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harvey lee

Here is a photo of Owen who harvested this doe the last year of his life. I realize I posted this too lake but still thought it was worth posting for others to see how happy one can be harvesting a doe.

I guided Owen for the Twist of Fate annual archery hunt I guide for each year in North Dakota. The hunters are all severally handi capped.

Owen explained to me that everyone in his family had harvested a deer and said all he wanted to do before he passed was harvest one deer. Owen explained to me he had a disease that was not cureable and that they were expierementing on him to try and find a cure so others may have some hope in the future for a cure or to at least extend thier life. Owen was a gem of a person and it was an honor to guide him for the 4 days he attended the hunt.

Well, Owen shot this deer in Sept. of 07 and passed 5 months later.

One very happy person to say the least or I should say 2 happy people as I was as excited as Owen was when he sent the bolt flying and it it home very well.

I will never shoot a deer myself that will ever be as large as this one. I would say a deer from GOD.

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