The Sunday BIRD Volume 9, Issue 28 January 5, 2014

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emsig
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Re: A few shots with the E-M1 and 50-200mm SWD +EC2.0
In reply to Denjw, 11 months ago

Hi

The first one is my favorite, very well done.

Astonishing quality that you get here with that combo.

Cheers

Emilio

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Re: A few shots with the E-M1 and 50-200mm SWD +EC2.0
In reply to Denjw, 11 months ago

Very very nice, you are definitely getting the hang of it.

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Trevor Carpenter
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last of 2013
In reply to Richard Pavek, 11 months ago

Happy new year all

A mixed bag from the last few weeks of 2013, all G6 and 100-300

Song Thrush

Black-headed Gull

Black-tailed Godwit

Black-tailed Godwit

Tufted Duck

Herring Gull

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Re: A few shots with the E-M1 and 50-200mm SWD +EC2.0
In reply to Denjw, 11 months ago

beautiful set

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Re: Bird of Prey
In reply to jiankliu, 11 months ago

What lens combination were you using?
Richard

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Re: Parrots, and a Pellican in flight
In reply to Messier Object, 11 months ago

Good job correcting the first one.
Richard

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Re: Captive and wild - which is which?
In reply to K1W1 55, 11 months ago

Thanks for these. Always like the Cockatoos.
Richard

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Re: A few shots with the E-M1 and 50-200mm SWD +EC2.0
In reply to Denjw, 11 months ago

Yes, you are getting the hang of it.
Richard

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Re: last of 2013
In reply to Trevor Carpenter, 11 months ago

Nice way to finish out the year.
Richard

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Long-tailed duck
In reply to Richard Pavek, 11 months ago

Some nice-looking ducks:

CC welcome

Thanks

Pit

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Re: Long-tailed duck
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Lovely, especially the first one!
Richard

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Re: A few shots with the E-M1 and 50-200mm SWD +EC2.0
In reply to Denjw, 11 months ago

Excellent! So you used the tripod, the images are sharply focused. How far away are the birds?

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Ney Year's birds with the M1
In reply to Richard Pavek, 11 months ago

Downy Woodpecker

Dark Morph Redtail Hawk

Black-capped Chickadee

Song Sparrow

Thanks for looking. Hope everyone had a happy New Year?

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Re: Bird of Prey
In reply to Richard Pavek, 11 months ago

As usual ---- 70-300 + ec14. I need better light and closer distance to get acceptable BIF photos. 

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Re: Sandhill Cranes
In reply to Richard Pavek, 11 months ago

Nice pictures, as always,,  This reminds me that it is time to visit the Wheeler WLR as it's about time that the cranes reached our state....

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Re: More Cranes!
In reply to CalNature, 11 months ago

I really like that crane in flight ...  I'm going to look for some cranes next week if the sun comes out but I'll never get this close at the WLR....

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Cardinals in late afternoon sunlight
In reply to Richard Pavek, 11 months ago

Taken in mid December.  E-5 with 70-300 mm at f/8.

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Re: More Australian Parrots
In reply to sinkas, 11 months ago

Nice shots...  It must be nice.. The only time I'm likely to see a parrot he'll be sitting in a store or in a rare moment when one escapes the captivity of some cage and stops by the yard..

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Thanks for the Comments
In reply to WhyNot, 11 months ago

That last one only stayed long enough for this one picture,,, He wasn't comfortable with where I was sitting, I guess..  The others tolerated me and accept me as one of the obstacles they have to watch...

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Re: Slow day in the park
In reply to joeletx, 11 months ago

Nice...  I identified my picture as a Pine Warbler because of the beak ..... yours seems to have a different beak and the black cap makes me think it is a male gold finch,, I have to admit that goldfinches, warblers and vireos are so similar in size and color that I really need a ornithologist here to keep me straight...

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