I have for months been trying to get a picture of Cedar waxwings that have been passing by outside my deck and they always catch me when I don't have the camera ready to go, but finally last week i got a few shot of them, these are mostly with the 500mm AF-S, some have the TC14EII attached and one is with the Sigma 800, all with the D2X. Since you have to crop a lot it is hard to get a stable platform fo rthis lens combination. The combination of the D2X and the long lenses sure are a challenge to hold still enough. Here are some of the better shots, rest are on www.pbase.com/andreasb/birds Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) View attachment 13290 View attachment 13291 View attachment 13292 View attachment 13293 View attachment 13294 This one with the Sigma 800 View attachment 13295 A big Thanks to Paul Frye and Rory Hill for advice on how to get good shots with the 500mm Af-s, I was getting a bit down for a while there ... Feedback appreciated!