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Old Jan 28, 2019, 3:34 AM   #1
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Alongside my campsite at the moment are several radiata pine trees where the cones are fresh and still soft ... thus ideal food for the cockies
So on & off thru the day these fellas come and go, along with heaps of screeching and dancing along the branches

1) Coming in - lookout below!


2) Whoops - hope the brakes still work


3) Missed the runway - going around again


4) On final approach - coming innnnnnnnnnn !


exif - Panny FZ-200; 1/2000s @ F4,0; EV -1,0; ISO-100; lens feom 500mm to 625mm [film camera equiv]

As always, feedback welcome
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Old Jan 28, 2019, 6:29 PM   #2
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Always enjoy watching the antics of these guys Phil, that last shot is wonderful.

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Old Jan 29, 2019, 2:43 PM   #3
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Thanks Mike
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Nice captures, Phil.
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Great set of images.#Last one is good. I liked it where it spread all its feathers. I loved to see that one.
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Great set of images.#Last one is good. I liked it where it spread all its feathers. I loved to see that one.
Thanks mate - yes it is my favourite as well
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Old Feb 4, 2019, 6:59 PM   #7
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Default Looking toward the camera

A good tip I heard recently is to try and catch the subject when it's head is turned toward the camera; not necessarily looking into the lens but at least somewhat in that direction.

I think #3 and 4 are more pleasing for this reason.
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