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Old Apr 12, 2013, 10:29 AM   #1
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all taken with canon 7D and 100-400L

New Holland Honeyeater



Ibis landing



White faced Heron





Egret (I think)



Unsure of the next two birds IDs



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Old Apr 12, 2013, 11:19 AM   #2
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I love the clarify of your pictures. The New Holland Honeyeater looks great and very colorful. The Egret is a Snowy Egret, we have a lot of them here. Thanks for sharing your pictures!
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I love the clarify of your pictures. The New Holland Honeyeater looks great and very colorful. The Egret is a Snowy Egret, we have a lot of them here. Thanks for sharing your pictures!
Thanks for taking the time to comment, I have not spent much time on the 7D of late, preferring the 1DIII, however the 7D is the one camera I own with the ability to crop and has speed. I have been working on my post processing so I was hoping to improve the clarity so its nice to hear that someone does notice it. I still have a way to go to get the finished photo as good as I want
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Excellent series you have posted, enjoyed viewing.

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Nice detail in all the shots. The 7D and 100-400 is my favorite combo. It works great!
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