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Rob Toneguzzo

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Hi All,

I posted some of my wildlife photos which I take as reference photos for my paintings. Here are some photos Of some of my paintings.

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That is some great realism.

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Thank you guys

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Fantastic work Rob.............................................B)

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That bird in the first photo looks like its could fly away. I spent a lot of my time down at the local ponds doing a little fishing during summer vacation as a kid. Quite ofter I would see that same bird. We use to call it a "king fisher". Is that the same name for it in Australia? You have many artistic skills!

In March of 1970 I took my R&R from Vietnam to Sydney in pursuit of the local 2 legged wildlife. I did better with the birds.......

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Thanks Raymond, it is kingfisher too. This one is a Forrest Kingfisher. There are a few types where I live.

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