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Old Apr 6, 2010, 2:06 PM   #21
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So these are your first bird picks?
What is this? An humiliation class room?
Fantastic. #6 to #10 simple stunning.
Yes Ordo, this was my first try - but the ducks and the blackbird wasn't really far away! The two redbreast (#11 and #12) are from my wife - it was her first try too

I really appreciate your kind words - thank you so much for watching and commenting!
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Old Apr 6, 2010, 2:09 PM   #22
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IMHO you should be happy with your first try at birds with a new lens.
I (or we) are really happy with these shots - I just love my 55-250

Thank's for stopping by and taking the time to comment - such nice words from a wildlife expert like you mean a lot to me!

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Thanks for the photos, Markkus. Something about number really catches my eyes. They are all great. Thanks.

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Hey Ned, thank's for watching my first "wildlife" tries - glad you liked our photos!! I think you forgot the number of the shot that "catches your eyes"
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Old Apr 6, 2010, 2:22 PM   #23
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Hey Ned, thank's for watching my first "wildlife" tries - glad you liked our photos!! I think you forgot the number of the shot that "catches your eyes"
Ugggg. Sorry, it is #2 I either type too fast, or I am brain dead.

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Old Apr 9, 2010, 9:06 AM   #24
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Ugggg. Sorry, it is #2 I either type too fast, or I am brain dead.

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Thank's Ned
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I think you are going to do just fine shooting birds!
#11 really is a funny shot, like he wanted to leave but forgot to flap his wings.
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I think you are going to do just fine shooting birds!
#11 really is a funny shot, like he wanted to leave but forgot to flap his wings.
Thank's Goldwinger - really appreciate such kind words from a fantastic wildlife shooter like you
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