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Old Mar 6, 2005, 3:25 PM   #1
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Some nice shots here callmebali. I see you just joined the forum a few days ago. Welcome. Look forward to seeing more of your posts. As you've probably noticed, a lot of the contributors at this forum have excellent expertise at bird and wildlife photography. It's a great place to see some unique and candid wildlife photos. Cheers......thekman.
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Old Mar 8, 2005, 10:47 PM   #7
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Welcome to the forum. I had an FZ10, it's a great camera, and you do it justice. I love seeing these birds from other lands; the third and fourth look like my black capped chickadee wearing a yellow slip. Love the look of that last bird. Very nice choice of subject and camera position as well as cropping choices.
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A very nice series. Well taken. Welcome and looking forward to more.

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Old Mar 9, 2005, 11:25 AM   #9
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Welcome to the forum. All are great pics and exposed nicely. I like the first one and the last one because the feed bag is not showing. To meits a greater challenge tocapture them this way and they look more natural. But now thats just me. Again these are very nice pics and I look forward to seeing moreof these beautiful birds from your country. :-)

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Old Mar 9, 2005, 12:09 PM   #10
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Hi callmebali and welcome!!

Nice shots, and as Norm has saidgood to see birds from other countries. By the way,call-me-bali in "slang" here would be "call me an old man" Similar there??

Houston,I agree about seeing the feeder, although not it's not alwayspossible to not get it in the pic, but it does somehow detract from the "wild"aspect of wildlife. I've attached acouple ofbranches and sticks near our feeder [like a"waiting line" or "reception area"], and tend to concentrate more on taking the pics there, it tends to give it a more natural look, like, you could have take the shothanging from a cliff by your left foot only with thebirds friends swooping down on you to dislodge your only hold on life, [even though it was takenfrom an open window in your living room]

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