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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Greg, May 15, 2005.
Very good Greg. Where did you get this one? With the D2H or the Minolta? Which lens?
good shot Greg, really like the oof DOF and green background, really adds to it!
Great shot these guys are so flighty hard to get a real crisp shot
sorry, forgot to add some details. D2H with 300 2.8 and 1.4TC.
Frank, I've got about 4 acres behind the house with a mixed open/wooded / blackberries area.
That's nice. I wish I had the patience for birds. But flowers don't move unless the wind blows...and then you just wait until it stops....I can handle that!
Very nice detailed capture, Greg!! Good job!!
Wow, sharp and clear Greg. This is a really nice shot.
In case you've wondered, as have i....
Etymology: by folk etymology from Middle English titmose, from (assumed) Middle English tit any small object or creature + Middle English mose titmouse, from Old English mAse; akin to Old High German meisa titmouse