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Old Nov 9, 2010, 9:57 AM   #1
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Default Good light this morning

All with the 70-300mm through double-pane glass. Fall colors provide such a nice background.







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Old Nov 9, 2010, 12:24 PM   #2
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Good shots; I like the catchlight reflected in the eye of #4.
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You captured them beautifully, excellent job...!

Bluejays are one of my favorites...!
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Old Nov 9, 2010, 4:47 PM   #4
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Can you export those birds here .... magpies are not my forté .... ????
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Good shots; I like the catchlight reflected in the eye of #4.
Thanks, Steve. I really like these guys. Entertaining and very photogenic.

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Can you export those birds here .... magpies are not my forté .... ????
According to a quick Wikipedia search, their range extends as far as southern Canada and rarely but not to rule out the southern Canadian Pacific coast. Put out some peanuts. They're suckers for 'em.
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Well done, Gary

They all look great. The 70-300mm ZD Lens is just such a remarkable lens when you factor the street price. Nice shooting.


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Well done, Gary

They all look great. The 70-300mm ZD Lens is just such a remarkable lens when you factor the street price. Nice shooting.


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Thanks a lot, Zig. I agree, the 70-300mm was probably one of the best choices I've made since getting the E-620.
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Put out some peanuts. They're suckers for 'em.
Unsalted or salted for birds? I'm not being facetious, I always wonder which animal species need salt and which ones don't. And I don't know that much about birds.

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Unsalted or salted for birds? I'm not being facetious, I always wonder which animal species need salt and which ones don't. And I don't know that much about birds.

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I normally get them from a feed store in bulk, Ted. So, I assume unsalted.
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