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ERHP

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Spent several weeks in Florida visiting family and while I never made it out to any of the NWR's or parks, still found some interesting subjects. This White Eyed Vireo emerged onto a fairly open branch for a quick look around.
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R5 RF600 f/4 w/1.4X 1/160 : f/8 : ISO 1000
 
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ISv

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Spent several weeks in Florida visiting family and while I never made it out to any of the NWR's or parks, still found some interesting subjects. This White Eyed Vireo emerged onto a fairly open branch for a quick look around.
NF18006A-4K.jpg

R5 RF600 f/4 w/1.4X 1/160 : f/8 : ISO 1000
Great shot ERHP! Very impressive.
 
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AlanF

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Spent several weeks in Florida visiting family and while I never made it out to any of the NWR's or parks, still found some interesting subjects. This White Eyed Vireo emerged onto a fairly open branch for a quick look around.
NF18006A-4K.jpg

R5 RF600 f/4 w/1.4X 1/160 : f/8 : ISO 1000
I wish I had family in Florida.
 
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AlanF

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Miserable light today, heavy cloud. A Green Woodpecker liked my rough "lawn" so I grabbed some shots with the RF800 on the R5 through double glazing at iso 12,800 and 1/250s. An initial processing through PL5 followed by a round of Topaz Denoise gave a reasonable image. A bit later I came across a Little Egret on a small pond by a cycle path. Here, the 100-500mm at f/7.1 at 1/250s and iso 4000 needed no extra denoising.

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I am lucky to live close to a regular and healthy population of these wonderful little Firecrest. Every spring, before the foliage takes over I got out and get a few shots. Sadly the population in the UK has dropped massively in the last 40 years, but they thrive at this spot.
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AlanF

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I am lucky to live close to a regular and healthy population of these wonderful little Firecrest. Every spring, before the foliage takes over I got out and get a few shots. Sadly the population in the UK has dropped massively in the last 40 years, but they thrive at this spot.
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Lovely shots. I've seen them only once or twice, our tiniest birds.
 

EricN

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unfortunately I only had a 100mm
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