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andrewhuxman
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Captured these shots , the Cardinal yesterday and the Chickadee this morning. Nothing great but thought I would share.

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Post #1, Mar 15, 2008 15:43:50


A little L goes a long way.

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GyRob
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i LIKE the first one here shame he turned his head away though.
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Post #2, Mar 15, 2008 15:47:00


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You have to be very fast on the trigger finger. Nice. --Rick

Post #3, Mar 15, 2008 15:59:00


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Gary ­ Fairhead
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The first one in particular appeals to me. Very gracefull, nice action and if she had given you a head turn towards the camera it would have been a killer image.

Post #4, Mar 15, 2008 17:38:42


Gary Fairhead C/C welcome .....

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I like #1, seems that she is casting her cape around the proceedings. I like the way you have captured this, nice and sharp considering the movement of the wings. It shows a good Depth of Field.

Post #5, Mar 15, 2008 19:58:52 as a reply to Gary Fairhead's post 2 hours earlier.


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andrewhuxman
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Thanks for the kind words, I think it was more luck than skill but it was a decent result in # 1 just wish she had her head looking at me instead of away like spoken before.

Post #6, Mar 15, 2008 20:24:06


A little L goes a long way.

Canon 7D,40D, gripped,16-35MM 2.8L,24-105MM F4L,70-200MM 2.8 IS USM L,500MM F4L
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