red breasted nuthatch

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Bassy Veteran Member • Posts: 8,976
red breasted nuthatch
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looks like a young one to me  taken very late in the afternoon just turning into night light

some are with flash i have done adjustments  on these i may have  overdone the sharpness

just thought you might like to see them anyways  sx50

four under Regular Member • Posts: 268
Re: red breasted nuthatch

Poor guy looks a bit lost. Definitely a young bird. Viewed ay pixel level these might be a bit over sharpened, but not bad. They certainly look great at normal sizes. Thanks for sharing.

Brian

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OP Bassy Veteran Member • Posts: 8,976
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thank brian i thought i did over do the sharpness,i am hoping this young bird turns up  on a much brighter day i have my fingers crossed lol

Monicakm
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Good catch Bassy!

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sttweston Senior Member • Posts: 1,466
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what a great set of photos, at full sized yes, I think there is a bit of sharpening artifacts, but very enjoyable.

sorry. I hope you don't mind the ID correction, but that looks like a wheatear. http://www.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/birdguide/name/w/wheatear/ would have created quite a stir if you were in the US lower 48 but I think they are a bit more common in the UK, (as I see from your profile).

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Augustin Man
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An excellent way to demonstrate the SX50 zoom capabilities and high ISO shooting ! A nice target too!

Congratulations and thank you for sharing,

Augustin

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OP Bassy Veteran Member • Posts: 8,976
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thanks for that  having never seen a wheatear before i thought it was a nuthatch but after reading your link,this bird was hoping and running under the garden shed  so yes a wheatear that makes it even better for me having never seen one before,,,regards bassy

Sactojim Veteran Member • Posts: 6,472
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Excellent detail on these Bassy! Nicely done.

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