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A trip to Algonquin Provincial Park

Discussion in 'Birds' started by raymond j barlow, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. About 4 hours north of us, a very famous park called Algonquin, that is about 100 miles square., we had some birding tips from my friend Karl Egressy... http://www.kegressy.com/ and we explored for an afternoon this week., here are a few shots...

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    in all, I have 19 frames posted on my website form this day, please feel free to browse through them here...

    http://www.pbase.com/raymondjbarlow/recent_photos

    take care, and thanks for looking!!
     
  2. Flew

    Flew

    994
    Jan 25, 2005
    Alabama
    Ooooo, nice set Ray. I like them all, but #5 is really cool. :smile:
     
  3. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    First birdie is a very pretty bird. Neve saw one of those
    All the pics are super
    Look good in gallery to
     
  4. Ray, terrific photos. Nice to see the grayjays are up to their usual antics. You have terrific weather for your shooting adventure.
     
  5. pdoes

    pdoes

    406
    Aug 6, 2006
    NJ, USA
    Nice set indeed, I like #5 and #4, that squirrel is looking like, what is that bird in #5 doing!
     
  6. Excellent images Ray, WOW!
     
  7. Nice images, Ray. The first is a beautiful bird. Do you ahppen to know its name? #5 is a cool shot.
     
  8. thanks so much everyone!

    that is a Evening Grosbeak daodang.. all of the images in here are on the website, with names and scientific ID., and thanks!!
     
  9. Can't pick one, but I've yet to notch myself an Evening Grosbeak, so I'd fly up there just for that!! lol
    Beautiful job, thanks for sharing.
     
  10. WOW! What beautiful birds and little squirrel! I can't pick a favorite - they're ALL beautiful!
     
  11. Really nice set here. If you forced me to pick a favorite, I would be torn between #4 and #5. Great shots.
     
  12. thanks everyone!

    Here I am wanting to come to your neighbourhood!

    thanks!!
     
  13. lilaphoto

    lilaphoto Guest

    Beutiful images! I'd love to try bird photography. Which lens did you use for these shots?
     
  14. thanks!! 200-400 VR Lilaphoto.. a great lens, but not cheap!
     
  15. tomj

    tomj

    Feb 5, 2006
    Oklahoma
    These are all beautiful images but I really love that 5th one.

    Regards,
     
  16. Timeout

    Timeout

    May 23, 2006
    SoCal
    Ray, really awesome set! My favorites are #1 and also, #5, the skipping and hopping bird - perhaps it is some sort of track & field event? :biggrin:
     
  17. kemps

    kemps

    164
    Jan 26, 2006
    Edmonton, Alberta
    Really nice set here! :cool: 

    Great looking body of work on your website too.

    Cheers!
    Todd
     
  18. All great. I like #5 the best. I can also never get a good squirrel shot like that one. Well done!
     
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