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    Posted: 29 June 2020 at 11:31
What to do when the birds go missing (or one can't find them).

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And back in the open spaces

What is

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10. What was



11. What may yet be




Thanks for looking.

 



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amazing series, Winston! really enjoyed the tour! faves w/b #s 1 and 8, but like them all!

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Wonderful macros. Love #7 in particular.
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Hi Winston,

Great macro's and really fine use of DoF (tough with these lenses) and composition as well.

Hard to pick a favourite as they all have something positive to say about how you've approached this but, if absolutely pushed, I would have to go with #'s 3, 4, 5 and 7 as being the best of the series - but it's a tough call!

BTW - what lens and camera are you using for these images? The lens renders a particularly pleasing background to many of the images.

Thanks for sharing these and best regards, Neil.
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Thanks for the comments. The 200-600mm lens is permanently attached to the A6600, which I really like. Now, if I can only find the birds, the life would really be a beach. The 90mm Sony macro is attached to my A6100. I really like this camera. It has the AF capabilities of the A6600 and is a lot cheaper. The EVF is good enough, and with macros, I don't really miss the electronic level.

I am always thankful that Bestbuy (in the U.S.) sells open box units at nice discounts.
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