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    Posted: 13 September 2017 at 03:45
A mid September day at Meadowlark Gardens

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Detail of the paper wasp nest (on #3)

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Great work again Winston. Good light in #1, although i also like the natural look in #2. Maybe the shutter could be a tad faster. What a wasp nest in the last ones! TFS    .
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Thank you for the comments. The 70-200 f4 G is a very nice lens - sharper than the Tamron. It helps that the hummingbirds are closer to me than the other birds I normally take pictures of, but still, this is a nice lens. I wish it was longer and that it has a smaller minimum focusing distance, but I am glad it is in my bag. The wasp nest was abandoned, and the people in the garden said the paper wasp are relatively benign. It was pretty big though.

And, I finally used a different lens at Meadowlark.

Edited by Almazar80 - 14 September 2017 at 07:46
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