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    Posted: 19 November 2007 at 20:53

At 12 pages long it is time to shut this thread and start a new one, which I will now do.

Congrats to all who have posted such great shots of their feathered friends.
 



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 November 2007 at 20:51

Nice shots John although the second is bit over exposed on my monitor.
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All images made with the 7D and Tamron 70-300





 



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 November 2007 at 18:04
Taken at Coverack on the Lizard Peninsular Cornwall, all with 5D and Tamron 55-200 @200mm, overcast day so ISO set to 400.

3 Juvenile gulls, I suspect the fish remains are courtesy of the local fishing fleet.






I'm faily sure these are Turnstones, winter visitors from Scandinavia.






Cheers MIKE

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 November 2007 at 21:55
A shot with an A700 (only the CF card in it was mine) coupled with my Big Beercan at the Dyxum meeting in Nijmegen (Afrika Museum).
Beautiful day (see thread).
Loved how the A700 handled. Less noise (both audible and visible) as well as much faster AF on my BB.
These flamingo's were on an inside court of the museum and a popular topic, so you might see some others later as well.



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You can see the April Foolishness 2023 exhibition here Another great show of the talent we have on Dyxum
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 November 2007 at 07:39
Curves


And no, the last one never came up. I have a dozen shots at various lengths. This was 300mm (450mm).

Asleep at the Tripod


Sun was setting behind the hill. Dont fall out of bed.

Awake with a Start


I guess he did wake up.
I didnt do anything! The little dog jumped at him!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 November 2007 at 05:18
today we had a beautiful day in south fla. so after work i stopped by my favorite "watering hole" for some bird shots.





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A couple taken today at Lyman Lake Arizona taken with a Bigma.
American Robin

1/640 sec, f/10, 500mm, iso200
Dark eyed Junco

1/400 sec, f/10, 500mm, iso200
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 November 2007 at 09:51
We had a break in the weather this afternoon so went to try and find some flooding... didn't, but here's the ducks and geese at the local shopping centre wetlands...













and a pigeon



all taken with A100 and beercan - most cropped, sharpened and contrast added

Edited by RosieA100 - 04 November 2007 at 09:52
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