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Nice crisp bird shot mate, i think you would enjoy the area where i m currently stationed, people from all over the world come here to look at birds. I take it you like looking at birds?

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 25, 2008 8:32 am 
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Full frame?

Nice crisp bird shot mate, i think you would enjoy the area where i m currently stationed, people from all over the world come here to look at birds. I take it you like looking at birds?


cropped about 10% off so the bird was better to view.......

now back to looking at birds...... with or without feathers ?


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Im guessing you took this with the Bigma?? and i know you took it with the D2xs cause i looked at the exif data with the amazing firefox exif viewer.. and also i love this picture..you always have extraordinary bird photos! :D

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Im guessing you took this with the Bigma?? :D


...... yes I did, here is the rest: 1250th@f6.3 ISO 250 bigma at 500mm hand held while leaning on the boot of the car


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Nice capture sir... i love birdphotos.
That bird is called "strandskata" in swedish.

Got me a couple last week.
Specially proud that i managed to get an Osprey (Pandion haliaetus).

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