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Mar 15, 2013 17:38 |  #16

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Mar 15, 2013 18:21 |  #17

Nice, he was well behaved.


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Mar 17, 2013 22:09 |  #18

jroovs wrote in post #15718141 (external link)
Very nice! The carolina wrens in my backyard are still foraging through the snow.

greenjeans wrote in post #15719345 (external link)
I'm also waiting for a good shot of this bird. We have quite a few, but I just can't seem to catch them at the right time. Great shots, Dolan.

Keep at it. You'll get the shot! :)

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Stunning

Paul A wrote in post #15719466 (external link)
Nice, he was well behaved.


I appreciate all your comments! :)


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Mar 18, 2013 03:58 |  #19

very nice images Dolan




  
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Mar 18, 2013 08:06 |  #20

All of these are fantastic shots. I saw my first Carolina Wren about 3 weeks ago here where I live. Of course my camera was far out of my reach although it allowed me to get very close, within 3 feet. I noticed it never stopped moving as it was constantly moving through my firewood stack and bushes near the house staying low to the ground. If I had my camera ready it is doubtful that I would have taken a good shot so I can truly enjoy the ones shared here, a superb job. I'm now wondering if it was just passing through or if it may stay around for the summer.


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Mar 18, 2013 15:04 |  #21

Very well done Dolan, the low angle is very nice. Every time I see one of these I think about sitting in my backyard blind waiting on one to make itself visible. Suddenly it landed on my camera lens inside the blind and then started flying around my head. I don't know how it didn't wing slap me.


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Mar 19, 2013 13:32 |  #22

kmunroe wrote in post #15727127 (external link)
very nice images Dolan

Thank you! :)

Grizz1 wrote in post #15727504 (external link)
All of these are fantastic shots. I saw my first Carolina Wren about 3 weeks ago here where I live. Of course my camera was far out of my reach although it allowed me to get very close, within 3 feet. I noticed it never stopped moving as it was constantly moving through my firewood stack and bushes near the house staying low to the ground. If I had my camera ready it is doubtful that I would have taken a good shot so I can truly enjoy the ones shared here, a superb job. I'm now wondering if it was just passing through or if it may stay around for the summer.

Thank you! :) They are one of my favorites but can be a challenge to shoot. Hopefully your's will hang around and you can get some shots.

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Very well done Dolan, the low angle is very nice. Every time I see one of these I think about sitting in my backyard blind waiting on one to make itself visible. Suddenly it landed on my camera lens inside the blind and then started flying around my head. I don't know how it didn't wing slap me.

Thank you! :) I bet that was too funny. :D:D:D I'm surprised one of you didn't sustain an injury!


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