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Old Dec 2, 2013, 12:37 PM   #1
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"Hello. I'm here for the free corn."


"Hmmmmmmm... quite a selection. Difficult to choose."


"This one is primo! Thanks!"


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Old Dec 3, 2013, 10:05 PM   #2
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You do get a variety of animals helping themselves to your corn. Do you have any bears around? Most of my neighbors won't leave things like that out - we had a bear hanging around all summer unfortunately. I miss the birds visiting some of the bird feeders around here.
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Nice feather detail Gary and a great background, looks like you have a great setup for bird shots
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You do get a variety of animals helping themselves to your corn. Do you have any bears around? Most of my neighbors won't leave things like that out - we had a bear hanging around all summer unfortunately. I miss the birds visiting some of the bird feeders around here.
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Nice feather detail Gary and a great background, looks like you have a great setup for bird shots
Thanks very much. To be sure, I do remove the suet and the oilers feeder just after dusk, Harriet. The 'coons were wreaking havoc on the feeders. So, they've wreaked themselves right into a diet of corn alone.
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Old Dec 30, 2013, 4:15 AM   #5
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"Hello. I'm here for the free corn."


"Hmmmmmmm... quite a selection. Difficult to choose."


"This one is primo! Thanks!"


Was that a woodpecker? Great and very focused images.
That reminds me my series of way back with a very short lens


http://forums.steves-digicams.com/pe...ot-series.html

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What a fine and fun series! Each portrait is excellent - my favorite is #3 - seems to have the best lighting and sharpness of all.
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