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Old Mar 22, 2013, 12:54 PM   #1
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Glad to see you're finally getting some sunshine - and thanks for sharing these great, bright bird images!
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Absolutely, Gary! Just right. These are gorgeous.
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Absolutely, Gary! Just right. These are gorgeous.
Thanks! Yup. Finally got some sunshine... all 3 days of it. Back to rain/sleet/snow/cloud.
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Love the starling, very hard to catch them glistening like that!
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Love the starling, very hard to catch them glistening like that!
Thanks. Pretty easy... IF you have some sun (which we haven't had for a while now! )
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Wonderful stuff! What lens did you use and what was the distance? Yes, definately enough color.
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Wonderful stuff! What lens did you use and what was the distance? Yes, definately enough color.
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Range to the starling = 18'
Range to the WP = 9'

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