budcam wrote in post #16490375
Great captures and love the morning light, well done..
Thanks very much!
Pondrader wrote in post #16490499
Dang it Ian, Thats where my evening's are!! Great Job ...I love shooting at -27 - -30 the air is so clean can't wait!! That's putting the iso up there
Thanks Jeff. They just showed up here yesterday!
gearguy wrote in post #16490524
that bokeh is ridiculous... maybe it's just me but the WB is way off on the last 3?
Nope, WB is fine...just no light.
Don1 wrote in post #16490967
Beautiful images Ian. I am partial to the first Jay and the last Grosbeak. Well done.
Thanks a lot, Don.
CMOats wrote in post #16491296
Lovely Ian! Really like the lighting in them. We lost our Evening Grosbeaks after the 'Ice Storm', just get Rose Breasted now, which I enjoy seeing, but miss the EG's, they came in flocks..
Thanks Cheryl. The Grosbeaks are good and bad, but I like them overall. They do empty the feeders real quick!
Peter2516 wrote in post #16491348
Great captures. Love the colors on these.
Thanks much, Peter.
Fitness Freak wrote in post #16491351
Great shots! Please tell me that's -10 Celsius and not Fahrenheit? I'm figuring since you're in Nova Scotia that's what it is. Not that it makes a huge difference either way, after a 18 months in South West Texas, I'd wimp out and freeze either way, but -10 C seems slightly more bearable than -10 F. BTW, it was 67 degrees here today.
LOL, yes, -10C, or about 20F. Didn't matter, I was in my kitchen drinking coffee for these