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Nov 28, 2018 17:57 |  #12946

avondale87 wrote in post #18760480 (external link)
Jeff these really are very beautiful photos.
Very distracting when one is trying to work.
Keep them coming and I'll (try) look at them in my leisure times.

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Nov 28, 2018 18:44 |  #12947

Lame-Duck wrote in post #18760337 (external link)
Wow...such an attractive looking image. The honey-eater really is a cool looking bird. I sure do like the composition of this shot.


Thanks, Im a bit spoiled with these birds being so common here, I forget how pretty they can look, the bush grows wild on roadside around here


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Nov 28, 2018 18:46 |  #12948

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I think this little one was a human in a past life... female I think.... human not the squirrel.. :p:-D

This guy really has the red hair just like that... I even tried to tone it down..
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so cute, I wish we had them here in Australia, when I went to England in 2012 I only had a small point and shoot and tried in vain to get a photo of one :-)


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Nov 28, 2018 19:32 |  #12949

They can be a very interesting creature.


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Nov 28, 2018 19:34 |  #12950

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I am puzzled by the shallow DOF at f/8.




  
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Nov 28, 2018 19:35 |  #12951

Sometimes they ponder deep in thought....


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Nov 28, 2018 19:38 |  #12952

You can tell when the plan is in place and the seed bin is in danger... The look of determination comes over them as they work out the small details...


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Nov 28, 2018 21:06 |  #12953

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I am puzzled by the shallow DOF at f/8.

I used the 100-400LII + 1.4III plus distance to the subject Sibil.. these are uncropped.


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Nov 28, 2018 21:48 |  #12954

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I used the 100-400LII + 1.4III plus distance to the subject Sibil.. these are uncropped.

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Nov 28, 2018 22:30 |  #12955

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Thanks, Im a bit spoiled with these birds being so common here, I forget how pretty they can look, the bush grows wild on roadside around here

I certainly do envy you. Your birds and other wildlife are amazing in Australia.


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Nov 29, 2018 00:21 |  #12956

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I certainly do envy you. Your birds and other wildlife are amazing in Australia.


yes we have some nice animals and some odd ones, always amazed at my overseas friends and relatives fearful of our wildlife, Id take ours over bears any day :-D


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Nov 29, 2018 01:01 |  #12957

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yes we have some nice animals and some odd ones, always amazed at my overseas friends and relatives fearful of our wildlife, Id take ours over bears any day :-D

Me too!


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Nov 29, 2018 02:07 |  #12958

aladyforty wrote in post #18760727 (external link)
yes we have some nice animals and some odd ones, always amazed at my overseas friends and relatives fearful of our wildlife, Id take ours over bears any day :-D

At least you can see or hear a bear 'quite' easy, but your poisonous spiders for example are silent as silent can be....no give me a bear (not that there are any here on Crete) any day. :p


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Nov 29, 2018 02:26 |  #12959

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At least you can see or hear a bear 'quite' easy, but your poisonous spiders for example are silent as silent can be....no give me a bear (not that there are any here on Crete) any day. :p

Just to get your heart racing! All spiders are venomous but almost all, like this big girl (her body is 40mm - 1 1/2" long), are harmless. Unless you're one of her boyfriends like the little orange ones on the web. If so, you're more likely than not to be eaten during or after copulation.

But I've walked through their webs and had them on my face: no drama!


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