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May 05, 2011 19:55 |  #1

Ready To feed the younguns
Taken with my 24-70 this afternoon

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May 06, 2011 12:30 |  #2

Nice catch.

The robin must have been pretty close if you took those pics with the 24-70mm.

That's why I like birds, they eat all the bugs, worms, etc. :)


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May 06, 2011 13:02 |  #3

Well done. Not easy to catch a robin in all those branches and leaves but you have made it look easy.


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May 06, 2011 14:50 |  #4

Kirke wrote in post #12359769 (external link)
Nice catch.

The robin must have been pretty close if you took those pics with the 24-70mm.

That's why I like birds, they eat all the bugs, worms, etc. :)

yeah it was close, the nest was right there as well, never moved while I was moving around trying to find a place to shoot through...with the wind blowing at that...;)


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