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Old May 9, 2006, 9:14 AM   #1
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Yes, the usual, run of the mill, variety of stunning, cystal clear mind blowing shots....()

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Love the Cowbird shot. They don't look like much to photograph when you see them but their wings are so reflective and the contrast between the head and body shows up so well in photographs. I recently posted one I took of a Cowbird (it's also on my website) and everytime I look at that photo I think to myself that I almost didn't even photograph the bird because he wasn't appealing to me visually. Now, I know to photograph every bird I see because sometimes they appear beautiful in the photo! For instance, I just KNOW I can make a Turkey Vulture look beautiful!
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Love the Cowbird shot. They don't look like much to photograph when you see them but their wings are so reflective and the contrast between the head and body shows up so well in photographs. I recently posted one I took of a Cowbird (it's also on my website) and everytime I look at that photo I think to myself that I almost didn't even photograph the bird because he wasn't appealing to me visually. Now, I know to photograph every bird I see because sometimes they appear beautiful in the photo! For instance, I just KNOW I can make a Turkey Vulture look beautiful!
That's because a Turkey Vulture has a sweet soul...

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Wonderful colours and extra sharp!!

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Thanks Dave, Linda, and Boily. I agree with your shoot all birds plan, Linda. I have some shots of house sparrows from my back yard that I like a lot.
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