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Oct 17, 2020 18:31 as a reply to  @ post 19139049 |  #2116

Thanks Matthew, there's some great photographer's on this forum.




  
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Oct 17, 2020 18:32 as a reply to  @ post 19139163 |  #2117

Thanks Phil.




  
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Oct 17, 2020 18:35 |  #2118

Two photos of a Marsh Tit, from Leighton Moss RSPB nature reserve near Carnforth, Lancashire, UK.


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Oct 18, 2020 00:13 |  #2119

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"One Easy, Two Hard". The Yellow-rumped warblers are one of the last to stick around during migration. As a result, they seem to be less threatened and will easily pose for a shot. On the other hand, the Ruby-crowned and Golden-crowned Kinglets move through the trees with such speed that after 45 minutes and 500 frames I'm lucky to get 5 keepers.
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Oct 18, 2020 00:14 |  #2120

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I have to agree with Richard & Chris. Those are beautiful, Roger.


I spotted this flowery bush because there were a lot of Monarch Butterflies on it. It's across the creek from a place I like to eat lunch, near the office. I made my way around & walked across a field to find this bush absolutely full of life. So much so, that I want back the following day. Lol...

Z50, 500PF. 1.4x TC

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Awesome Phil.
That Wheelbug scared me! I picked one up once. Had a numb finger/hand for hours. Serious venom contained therein ;)


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Oct 18, 2020 08:27 |  #2121

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Mighty fine work!!!

Thank you Robert!! I see your Fuji is not letting you down - that Osprey avatar shot is epic!


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Oct 18, 2020 21:26 |  #2122

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #19139853 (external link)
Awesome Phil.
That Wheelbug scared me! I picked one up once. Had a numb finger/hand for hours. Serious venom contained therein ;)

Thank you Robert.

I've never seen a wheel bug & didn't even now what it was until Roger referenced it here. Until your message, I had no idea they carries any sort of venom. ;-/


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Oct 18, 2020 21:30 |  #2123

Yesterday, we visited one of our favorite spots in the immediate area since COVID started back in March.

I have a couple contributions from the Mrs.

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Oct 18, 2020 21:38 |  #2124

Here's a couple of mine. We had a lot that were similar, naturally.

I may as well call it my "Barbed-Wire Series"...

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I've never seen an Inca Dove in our area before!

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Look Matt, my buddies are back!!!

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Oct 18, 2020 21:48 |  #2125

I share these last couple shots, not for any sort quality but rather to show what an awesome time we had.

These 1st two were out the filthy, thick dust covered windshield. Momma had 4 cubs, but I was only able to capture two.

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This one may have been cool if I had been way closer and had gotten him pulling this fish out of the water, but any day I see a Bald Eagle is a VERY GOOD day!

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Oct 18, 2020 21:51 |  #2126

Just a random click I made while Momma was photographing something else.
I had no idea there was something watching me!

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I'd be remiss if I didn't share this one here too. It was as we arrived, before the sun was up. This RT looked in on us thru the sun roof!


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Oct 19, 2020 15:49 |  #2127

African spoonbill collecting nesting materials.


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Oct 19, 2020 15:56 |  #2128

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Beautiful capture Charles. I love the perspective.
Outstanding processing!!!


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Oct 19, 2020 16:04 as a reply to  @ EyeSpyEagle's post |  #2129

Beautiful series Phil & Theresa.
Some lovely birds and beautiful compositions.

What's the big cat and kittens?



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Oct 19, 2020 16:08 as a reply to  @ Jorgac's post |  #2130

Really beautiful image Charles.
Everything about it is so nice.
A real wildlife shot par excellence



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