Cedar Waxwings at work

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Spotted these above my head eating berries, this time I had my camera.

They are very quiet and where a little hard to spot in these trees.

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Bruce,

Good catch. These have got to be the smoothest looking birdies I've ever seen. I don't know what it is, but every shot I see of these guys makes me think of a wax bird they are so smooth. Maybe that's where they got their name?? 8)
 
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Thanks for the kind comments.

The 2nd one and this one I tilted the image 90 degrees to the left to get him vertical because he was horizontal. I noticed in either direction the tree branch seemed to look normal so I liked him in the vertical rather than the horizontal position if that makes sense?! :idea:

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Brew said:
The 2nd one and this one I tilted the image 90 degrees to the left to get him vertical because he was horizontal. I noticed in either direction the tree branch seemed to look normal so I liked him in the vertical rather than the horizontal position if that makes sense?! :idea:
Bruce,

I think it was a good idea except the bird's position make it look like he is holding on for dear life. 8)
 
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Flew said:
Brew said:
The 2nd one and this one I tilted the image 90 degrees to the left to get him vertical because he was horizontal. I noticed in either direction the tree branch seemed to look normal so I liked him in the vertical rather than the horizontal position if that makes sense?! :idea:
Bruce,

I think it was a good idea except the bird's position make it look like he is holding on for dear life. 8)
Either that or he's aiming at my head :lol:
 
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Nice shots, Bruce! I agree with Frank, orientation makes it look like he's barely hanging on, but I still like the shot the way you did it. Great captures.
 

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