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    Pileated WP pair


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    Bill - I have never seen one straight on like that.

    This a Gold Finch taken earlier in the spring when they were just starting to pick up some color.

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    Gold Finch CS5O2667 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Great capture of the pileated pair. Cool head on shot of the male...you can see both eyes and the red cheek feathers! I cannot find the nest of my local pair....might not be on my property

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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Bill - I have never seen one straight on like that.

    This a Gold Finch taken earlier in the spring when they were just starting to pick up some color.

    1D X
    100-400mm w/ 1.4x (560mm)
    f/8
    1/1000 sec
    ISO 800
    Flash with Better Beamer

    Gold Finch CS5O2667 by westmichigan, on Flickr
    Using the better beamer....my favorite cheap gadget. Nice picture with great details. I would be tempted to crop some off the top and get rid of the out of focus branch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    I would... get rid of the out of focus branch.
    I tied removing it in LR, but it kept turning out poorly. I suck at PP. I finally got PS, but I am going to have to get better at it.
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    dont know what kind of bird this is but he was pretty friendly
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    IMG_7134 by sedwards679, on Flickr
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    It may be a White Throated Sparrow.
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    Blue jay portrait


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    Stuart....nice pic (David is right) of the White-throated sparrow.

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    Thanks Pat....
    Nice capture of the GF...spring isn't too far behind when the males start to go electric yellow.
    I need to use my flash and better beamer....someday.

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