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Maximilian

The dark side - I've been there
CR Pro
Nov 7, 2013
3,648
2,869
Germany
A series of a bearded vulture at our local zoo cleaning its plumage

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AlanF

Stay at home
CR Pro
Aug 16, 2012
8,901
12,214
Wren with insects, looks recently fledged. Wasn't expecting it and had to push through 3-stops as it was in the dark and I was taking shots of flying dragonflies with the 100-400mm II on the R5. Upscaled 2x.

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usern4cr

R5
CR Pro
Sep 2, 2018
1,251
2,137
Kentucky, USA
This is the last in my backyard bird folder with redbuds.
(RF 800mm f11 & 1.4x TC)


"Hello, my little dove.
I have something for you.
Come a little closer."
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"Come closer ... closer ..."
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"I now pronounce you ...
... Mourning Dove!" :LOL:
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Starling:
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House Finch:
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"Anyone got a light?" :LOL:
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Cheers!
 
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Nemorino

EOS R5
Aug 29, 2020
254
483
Two more Rail Common Gallinule pictures with the Eos R. Both with a Sigme 105 Macro and 1,4 TC (147 f/4).
The first 1/1600, Iso 1600, f/7.1, the second 1/2500, Iso 800, f/4.
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And yes, I got wet hands!:ROFLMAO:

Edit:
I have changed the name of the birds (and got some technical problems:eek:)
 
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Click

I post too Much on Here!!
Jul 29, 2012
14,908
3,794
Canada
Thank you for your kind comments.

Beautiful shots, I especially like the first picture with the lovely reflection. Well done, Nemorino.