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The King has left the Bldg.

Discussion in 'Birds' started by sjlarue, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. sjlarue

    sjlarue

    Nov 18, 2007
    OH-IO
    Went driving into work today and spotted this Royal Bird looking for food in a stream down below.:biggrin: A little noisy, but I am going to work on that when I have time. Sun was very bright. I'm looking for ways to improve sharpness. These were about 25 yards away, handheld in my car so I can't complain too much.:biggrin:

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    As soon as I put my camera down, it took off and dove for some minnows then flew off down stream. Glad I witnessed it :biggrin:.
     
  2. russowl

    russowl

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    Jun 9, 2008
    Lima,Ohio
    Hey Steve,, great capturesof a tuff one to get,,,, I had one in my sights the other day and when I tired to maneuver for the clear shot he flew ,, 6 foot away form me but limbs and leaves between us,,,, next time,,,,good light and their antiucs is what keeps us goin' back ,, hhahaha
     
  3. sjlarue

    sjlarue

    Nov 18, 2007
    OH-IO
    Thanks Russ, yeah the last one that I saw wouldn't sit still for a minute:biggrin:. I'm just glad that I came across it.:smile:
     
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