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A Whack of birds from the weekend

 
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May 22, 2006 19:11 as a reply to  @ post 1538818 |  #16

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That is an amazing series of captures. All of that in one weekend is incredible.

I must say I concur. And also that Bluejay shot is magnificent. The color combo with the lilacs is stunning.


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May 22, 2006 20:05 as a reply to  @ wireburn's post |  #17

thanx eveyone for the extremly kind words I appreciate you all taking the time to comment,,, My personal favorite in this series is the Pileated He allowed me to get within arms reach ,,, I had to back up to my minimum focusing distance the shot is uncropped, and I.M.H.O the sharpest ive taken to date ,,,, thanx again for looking


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May 22, 2006 20:18 as a reply to  @ Wayne Wood's post |  #18

Which len(es) did you use?


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May 22, 2006 20:20 as a reply to  @ Wayne Wood's post |  #19

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,,, My personal favorite in this series is the Pileated He allowed me to get within arms reach ,,, I had to back up to my minimum focusing distance the shot is uncropped, ...

I believe the Pileated is my favorite too. One reason because I have only seen one maybe 3 or four times in my life...usually while deer hunting or riding my bike on the Katy Trail and no camera. They are beautiful to watch flying. Your Blue Jay is remarkable also. I see them around here all the time. Yours seems to have more white on his face than mine. We have a million Sparrows, but your other birds I ahve never seen. All great shots.


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May 22, 2006 20:43 |  #20

A super nice series of images here Wayne. Where did you see the indigo Bunting? I was not even certain they extended this far north. The Magnolia Warbler is very nice ( great find) and the RBG is very nice and in a nice habitat,,,very nice Pileated and the Bluejay with the flowers is also great,,,they are all great. Nice work!


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May 22, 2006 21:31 |  #21

fantastic shots wayne,and weekend. i have to say i love the jay shot the best. it has everything going for it


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May 23, 2006 17:57 |  #22

Very nice series Wayne. At first I liked the Blue Jay shot best, but now I think I'll go with the Grosbeak...excellent pose and great habitat.

I can understand why you are proud of the Pileated.


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May 23, 2006 18:11 |  #23

There isn't one I don't like there, Wayne. Wow! I like the colors in the Blue jay shot, but they could all be favorites.


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May 23, 2006 18:24 as a reply to  @ tupe's post |  #24

Excellent series and what a great weekend, hard to pick a favourite so i`ll go for all of them.:)


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May 23, 2006 19:04 as a reply to  @ post 1538818 |  #25

Great stuff Wayne! Love em all!

Good seing you today!

Where's that wduck flight shot?????

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May 23, 2006 20:24 |  #26

What a fantastic series Wayne. Great Habitat shots for all of them. Good detail and composition. I like #'s 4 & 8 especially.
GREAT work !


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May 23, 2006 20:44 as a reply to  @ post 1538818 |  #27

Wayne....spectacular shots...would you mind sharing the EXIF data please.

Thanks.

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May 23, 2006 21:12 |  #28

All are super Wayne.


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