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Mr Blandings Builds A Dream House

Discussion in 'Birds' started by keirin, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. keirin


    Dec 31, 2005
    And stops to admire a good day's work --


    And the Missus seems well pleased, too --

  2. Beautiful captures!
  3. midi

    midi Guest

    Superb captures. Did you use a hide to get them or were you lucky?
  4. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Wow beautiful
    Captions fit well. Proud they should be:>))
  5. Excellent shots of Mom & Pop to be.
  6. You Did Real Good, Those are some sharp photos!!!
  7. keirin


    Dec 31, 2005
    Thank you. There was no blind necessary here. We're fortunate that about fifty feet from our back door, there's a dead small palm tree that's got more holes in it than dubya's service record. It's currently home to the Redbellied pair seen above as well as a Screech Owl and some pesky European Starlings.

    I was upset to find a broken egg in the grass nearby on Sunday afternoon (very pale blue, about an inch and a little in length). Of them all, I especially hope the owl's nest wasn't looted.

    Sincere thanks to all who've taken time to comment.


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  8. midi

    midi Guest

    Wow, that really is fortunate. I look forward to seeing more pictures if you have the time. I've yet to capture a Woodpecker myself, but seeing your pictures makes me more determined.
    Once again, excellent work.
  9. senna


    Jan 6, 2007
    San Jose Ca.
    Wow! Great photos.:smile:
  10. Excellent shots! I always want to capture this woodpecker but somehow it eludes me each time I get near one.
  11. Excellent shots Keirin! Which camera and lens did you use for these?

  12. I love these photo's! :smile:
  13. Very nice shots, exposure and focus tack on.

  14. keirin


    Dec 31, 2005
    Thank you. These were all taken with a D200 with a 300 f/4 attached. Even with the relatively close working range I had, they've all been cropped to some extent or another.

    Once again, sincere thanks to everyone for your kind remarks!

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