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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    This has to be the best place on the internet to go to for viewing beautiful bird photos! This page alone says it all ...very, very nice job Joel and John!! What I wouldn't give to attract that many types of birds to my backyard as you do, Joel! Wow!
    I have been absent a few days.....thanks Denise!

    If you are ever traveling near south central Ky you are more than welcome to spend a few hours in the back yard

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    Wow, some spectacular shots recently. I have been away from the site for a little while and missed some of the last posts. Fabulous work.



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    Post your best bird shots!

    Falconry at Adare Manor, Ireland.

    Harris Hawk




    Eurasian Eagle Owl


    Barn Owl

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    Joel,
    I hope you offer your backyard birds to everyone from this site. If that's the case me and the family are heading to Tennessee in a few minutes for a summer long photo shoot. I can see the line to get into that prized backyard now with the news helicopters hovering away. I can only imagine the fences you have to keep out the paparazzi. (kidding of course)

    If I had a tenth of the birds in my postage stamp size suburban backyard I'd me ecstatic.

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    Ooooh....love those Falconry images....very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Always Looking View Post
    Joel,
    I hope you offer your backyard birds to everyone from this site. If that's the case me and the family are heading to Tennessee in a few minutes for a summer long photo shoot. I can see the line to get into that prized backyard now with the news helicopters hovering away. I can only imagine the fences you have to keep out the paparazzi. (kidding of course)

    If I had a tenth of the birds in my postage stamp size suburban backyard I'd me ecstatic.
    I am willing to share of course but let's not leak it to the media

    If you are in the neighborhood PM me! I am in the very heart of Kentucky.

    I have considered offering a low budget workshop but have not gone that far yet! So it's free right now and no fence!
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    A couple from early May when my wife and I walked through the Seney Wildlife Refuge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This guy was hanging out around our truck when we got back. He did not like being disturbed, and put on quit an angry show. Nothing spectacular about the second one... I just liked the reflection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Ooooh....love those Falconry images....very nice.
    Thanks Joel. It was amazing. The best part was the "Hawk Walk" with the Harris hawk through the woods.

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    Now that I am home, I have processed more falconry pics from the other camera, which was my 7D with the 40mm pancake (my best option given the relatively poor lighting conditions and the 7D's relative lack of low light performance).

    Up close and personal with a Harris Hawk. You can imagine how close he was given the 40mm focal length (even on a 1.6 crop).



    Coming in for a landing...



    Thanks for viewing.

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    Couple of Windy City gulls.



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