Old D3 with TC-17 II and Today's Backyard

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Almost too close.

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And really close (almost no crop):

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Butlerkid

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LOL! Actually I thought #1 was the best of the bunch! The bird looks poised for action....not just a bird on a stick. Go shoot and be your own judge!
 
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lol...art is subjective! I liked #1 for its interaction. I know when they’re cocking their heads around they’re aware and curious. Or at least I imagine they are. It’s all good. I have fun. But I do appreciate the opinions and feedback.
 

JLH

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I have to agree, #1 was my favorite, its that turn of the head...and the lack of a background and the "plainness" of the fence make it perfectly clear who is the main subject of this photo. Oh, and I like the colors on the little guy.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder".
 

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