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    It's overcast and gloomy in south central Ky today, makes for very moody images.

    Northern Cardinal
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    Silly goose! 7D and EF 70-300L

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    Silly goose indeed. I think (s)he's on pot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEccleston View Post
    Silly goose indeed. I think (s)he's on pot.
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    Love those Owls!!! Still on top of my wish list

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    Red Bellied Woodpecker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Love those Owls!!! Still on top of my wish list
    First time I've seen a wild owl. Luckily people were there to point out where they were. They were *far*. That's using the 7D + 70-300L @ 300mm, so 480mm. Originally I cropped them and resized them to 900 px tall, like all my other pics, but they're very nearly 100% crops (like originally 930 and 960 or something after crop). Because of that, the quality wasn't the best, so I downsized them to 600 px tall, and stuck two together.

    If you fly up here, with a nice big long lens, I'll show you where to find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEccleston View Post

    If you fly up here, with a nice big long lens, I'll show you where to find them.
    Sounds like a fun trip ..... When is the best time?

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    If you want my personal guided tour, a weekend. I can supply a map if you'd rather not wait. They look pretty big to me. They might leave the nest pretty soon.

    A few other pics from the day's outing. The Heron and Wood Duck are similarly focal length limited as the owls were, which is why I didn't upload them the first time... They weren't worth one of my precious 200 flickr slots. Seeing as how that's no longer an issue, I can share some less than ideal shots. I didn't even *try* to take a picture of the beaver swimming past the heron. It's a pretty busy little pond.

    I realize the gosling shots would benefit from laying down on the ground, but no. It was muddy and I was carrying two cameras and a spare lens. I'll leave those shots to people with vari-angle screens or some sort of gosling related income. That's got to be pretty niche, and I wouldn't want to cut into your sales.


    Black Crowned Night Heron by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Wood Duck by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Gosling by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Synchronized Feeding by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr


    Canada Goose by namethatnobodyelsetook, on Flickr

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