here are 3 from me
Wow. Wonderful shots of such beautiful and colorful birds! Great work.
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These are amazing! Bravo!
Some from todayLove 1 and 3. Three is really nice, you can feel the movement with the ripples under the bif... Very nice!
The Eurasian Sparrow hawk is shot from behind the windows in my garden.
This shot from a Common Kingfisher is also from 5 meters behind some bushes (that was the SX40)
Awesome. Beautiful shot.
I just want to read about Canon cameras and photography. My monthly magazines contain no controversial material. I don't like it when a thread goes on and on, and it has nothing to do with Canon cameras. Facebook and Twitter are great places for stuff that people feel strongly about. Fortunately, this is not Twitter or Facebook. And I don't want to read about anybody's personal problems. Just about somebody's personal experiences with Canon cameras. Not about their vendettas against Canon Inc, or other people.
On with the show. Still waiting for DIII's to drop to Christmas prices. I am going to have to spend money someday.
I like birds and enjoy seeing these shots and I'm now also photographing them with my new Canon gear. Seeing the shot is great but I personally would really like a little background on the shot (how, when, where, maybe) and what it was shot with and even settings if feasible, so that I can learn something. Or, in case I'm posting then someone else can benefit. Of course for me to post and include such information is more work and I might feel lazy about it but I'm thinking we should all make an effort in this regard. No??
Beautiful. Nice shot!
And a few more from today
All are fantastic! Really love the night herons!
I like your cardinal. Nice shot serendipidy.
This kind of reminds me of lunch after a politician's funeral. Some sit around and talk about how they're glad he's gone, others say, "he will be missed", and some find a window and look at squirrels.