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PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2009 7:16 pm 
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#1 is my fav. Nice to see the feather structure. Did some sharpening, eh?
Unbelievable red in #2. The red-channel alarm should have rung loud and clear :wink:

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I did do some sharpening... Not much though... After I took the flamingo picture and showed my friends... they were saying how RED the shot was!!!


Thanks for the comment... and P.S. Gratz on 5000+ posts...

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Excellant light today,had to go find the early eagles...
For some reason the Pheasants would not come out of cover.
NO WAY would that hen show me her other eye :roll:

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Good ones,Brutus....love the peacock..different angle to it, never get tired of that color blue..it always stops me in my tracks.

kpr, outstanding pheasants..love that female looking like you surprised her putting on her makeup...lol..

wonderful stuff..

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Just some nice little sparrows that have been hanging out in the bushes.

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Not sure what type bird this is,probably/maybe a crow...

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Caught these Redtails on the weekend.
One had caught and killed a crow and took it to a branch.
The second one swooped in and stole it...

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Here is my post a feathered friend at least not a duck


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Nice shots everybody.........

Birds are back hitting the feeder pretty hard and trying to hide up in our Mulberry Tree.

Temps. are going down to -28 degrees centigrade tonight.... :shock: , They're going to need all the food energy they can get. There's are good size Woodpecker cruising in and out too but he won't stay still long enough to get a decent shot.


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I linked to this collection in my other post, but i kinda felt this one needed to be in here as well...

Lesser spotted eagle:

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Swe: Sidensvans (translates to english as silk tail)
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Excellant shots everyone.

jka...you didn't have to share that cold weather with us.
We wouldn't have minded a bit.


BRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!

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Put out a couple feeders and you never know what you'll get..... :D

I just happened to be looking out the window and out of nowhere in comes this baby trying to make a meal out of a couple of doves. Don't you know the camera is on the dining room table right behind me....What luck!


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 15, 2009 8:04 pm 
Oh my!! Those are REALLY REALLY GREAT!! Congratulations!!
How did you menage to get so close without scaring the falcon?? :shock:


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