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Old Oct 7, 2012, 6:57 PM   #1
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Default White Crowned Sparrow (FZ150)

They have returned to our area for the winter. Here, they are enjoying the bird seeds I put out for them on the wall. This was just with the FZ150, and I was about 8 feet away.

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Old Oct 8, 2012, 11:01 AM   #2
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As jaw drops! Saly, I would have naturally assumed you used the close-up attachment on these! They are so sharp, you can almost reach in & touch the feathers! You are indeed an artist in photography!
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Thanks Carol!! No closeup or tele attachment. I was standing close enough (about 8 feet) and camera in full zoom. It took them a few minutes to get used to having me standing closeby but eventually hunger took over
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very nice! good sharpness and detail. Lighting in the first shot is perfect!
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Thanks John, I wish I had not cut off his feet..... Didn't want to scare him off by moving too much.
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Detail is very impressive Saly.

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