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Old Nov 27, 2013, 10:34 AM   #1
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Old Nov 27, 2013, 2:16 PM   #2
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G'day Gary

Hey mate - when the Sergeant Major yells "Attnshun" they all comply

And - that's a hellovagood milk bottle you're looking thru to get that great sharpness & bokeh ~ well done

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Old Nov 27, 2013, 2:29 PM   #3
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G'day Gary

Hey mate - when the Sergeant Major yells "Attnshun" they all comply

And - that's a hellovagood milk bottle you're looking thru to get that great sharpness & bokeh ~ well done

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Thanks, Phil. That milk bottle would be a Bigma MkII. It's really fantastic glass!
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Awesome! Love the texture and all. Is that taken from a tripod? And how far away were they?
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Awesome! Love the texture and all. Is that taken from a tripod? And how far away were they?
Taken from a tripod through my window at about 20 feet with the Bigma MkII on my K-30. 99.5% of my bird/wildlife images are taken through my front window.

Thanks very much! Glad you like 'em.
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Thanks for the additional - I was wondering about how you managed such small birds, what with the Bigma and all.
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Gary - So many wonderful bird images lately - a great combination of your skill, your patience, and the amazing diversity in His creation.

PS - Juncoes are my wife's favorite birds, and she heartily approved of these portraits!
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