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Bravo!!
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Thanks
All shot with A9 and 100400GM. The combo does eye focus, but mainly the subject focus on these fast birds.
And I will certainly not bore you with more than a few examples.
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Originally posted by mambo mambo wrote:

Bravo!!


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Wow Domien, that's an excellent bif!
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One more for the spectacle . .
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bms44974 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 August 2020 at 00:30
Spectacle, indeed, Domien. More like spectacular.

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Domien, your recent BIF photos are spectacular, but I also really like the barn owl in the bucket. Lovely shot.
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Some great shots here, well done Domien.
Crested pigeon in the 'blue' hour.



Juv Rosella portrait.

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Originally posted by Brandy Brandy wrote:

Some great shots here, well done Domien.

Thanks Peter.

What I like about this thread is that I can see (common) birds from other areas.
So: keep them coming and TFS.
I like the Rosella shot. Your birds are definitely more colorful than ours.
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Juvenile eagle owls

Is that me?

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Wet Ural owl   



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Some Barn owl shots
They were (as can be expected)shot in a barn.
The quality of the light was great, unfortunately, there wasn't enough.
Hence high iso and slow shutter speeds.
But some of the shots came out fine.
It is a mix of flying and stationary birds that I didn't want to divide over two different themes.

#1 Showing off


#2 On the ground


#3 Scenic


#4 Flying down


#5 Landing


All shot with A9 100400Gm except #4 (A7Riii with 24105G

TFL and remarks or advice always more than welcome.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mambo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 August 2020 at 19:09
A few birds from this morning.

Indigo bunting


Red-eyed vireo






American redstart (methinks)

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