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No time to go look see, No peace from Honey-Doo Work !! :rolleyes:
To add insult to injury they called me to work a 12er so some @#$%#@# could enjoy his/her 4th, BA HUMBUG :mad:

Oh speaking of HUM I did a safari in my backyard for bit, for some needed
therapy.

Here's the result
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Fantastic shots. Could you let us in on the secrets to your secess.ie Lens used, hand held or tripod.Shutter speed etc.
 
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Fantastic shots. Could you let us in on the secrets to your secess.ie Lens used, hand held or tripod.Shutter speed etc.
Thanks and be happy too

D2hs
300 F2.8 AFS V2 (not VR)
SB800 with homemade Better Bounce Card

You can check out my Galleries for EXIF but,

1st - monopod SS160 - fill flash
2nd - handheld SS640 - no flash - should of used flash though
3rd - handheld SS1600 ISO800 - fill flash + TC17E2

Secrets - None Really, well maybe throw away about 95% :rolleyes::eek::biggrin:

Thanks so much for your interest
 
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Well done Ben. Sorry to hear about work getting in the way but from what I see you still had a great photo safari, even if it was in your backyard.
 
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WOW! Beautiful hummers! And all natural too! Love em all!
Thanks for noticing the AlA Natural approach.

Here's one more just for you:

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Oh Benjamin! Another beauty! LOL, can't help but notice when a birdie is perched on a branch instead of a feeder or hovering over a feeder. To me, it takes more skill when shooting natural! Beautifully captured and thanks for the extra photo!
 

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