Bluebirds from Friday

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It started out with a little sun in the morning...

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And got cloud, cloudy and drizzly in the afternoon. These were shot at ISO 500 and 640...noise reduction on in camera and slow shutterspeeds so they aren't the greatest...by the way...think theses birds like spiders or what?

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Wow Jim, what a little pig. I don't see how he got so much stuffed in that little beak.... 8)

You really have this little guy nailed. Excellent captures. :wink:
 
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Hi Greg

All were with the 500 AFSII and the TC14EII...and I can guarantee that it ain't long enough sometimes.

It does take pretty pictures thought!

This combo is on my camera 95% of the time.
 
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jkamphof

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That lens seriously gets the DOF wonderfully. I love #4. Impressive shots, keep them coming please.



Joel.
 
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