A couple of more shots...

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Here's a couple of shots from Sunday.........

Lesser Scaup- neat looking duck

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seagul - fun trying to nail exposure - sorry was bored

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last light- pbase is driving me crazy with its compression and not working!!
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Keith,

You're getting pretty darn good at this birdie stuff. The first and last are great, and I don't know a single flying birdie shooter that hasn't practiced on Gulls.... ;-)
 
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Thanks guys........right now it just feels great to get out without the ice and snow. Little things in life that make us happy....
 
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Backdoctor said:
yeah, yeah, yeah. Show off that big @ssed 400 f2.8. I think to really capture some birds you need to come down here and let me show you some stuff. :)
I couldn't agree with you more Harris. 8)

Come on down Keith!! :lol:
 
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Flew said:
Backdoctor said:
yeah, yeah, yeah. Show off that big @ssed 400 f2.8. I think to really capture some birds you need to come down here and let me show you some stuff. :)
I couldn't agree with you more Harris. 8)

Come on down Keith!! :lol:
(yeah, but I get first divs on trying it out) :lol:
 
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Sweet love the first one, looks like you are getting a grip on that new lens, go for head to Fla only problem is you will have a sore neck for looking everywhere and seeing all these wonderful birds
 
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Thanks guys, to Mike's point, you guys are spoiled with what you get to shoot on the east coast. then again with what Mike has in the front yard. LOL!!!
 
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I like that last one

That last one looks as if the goose is in the middle of some sort of broadway dance routine. It cracked me up when I saw it and had that thought. Regardless great captures. I have a recent duck pick with a similar looking subject I may post to this thread latter. Maybe you can help identify it for me. 8)
 
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Keith R. said:
Thanks guys, to Mike's point, you guys are spoiled with what you get to shoot on the east coast. then again with what Mike has in the front yard. LOL!!!
First off, Keith, I agree with all the other comments on the images, can't think of anything new to add.

And I REALLY agree with your comment above. The more Florida stuff I see the more I am convinced that these birds are trained by Disney or something. Or maybe Harris has a side-business doing Bird-Training that he hasn't told us about. Yeah, that's the ticket :wink:
 
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