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Two bird pics...

Posted by joan_mn (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 11, 09 at 9:12

from last spring.
My favorite hummingbird pic I've ever taken.

Canon Digital Rebel XTi, Canon 70-200mm F4.0 L IS lens, with 1.4 TC.

Preening mom, taken at Alligator Farm, St. Augustine, FL.

Same camera and lens.

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RE: Two bird pics...

Both are beautiful pictures.


RE: Two bird pics...

Wow! Excellent pics. Thanks.

RE: Two bird pics...

Beautiful, Joan. It shows the versatility of the lens (as well as the talent of the photographer). How close/far were you from the hummer? I love the sparkle in it's eye.

RE: Two bird pics...

oh, very nice!

RE: Two bird pics...

Great photos Joan. I'm envious. Both shots are great.

I haven't quite gotten the sharpness consistently I'd like with my latest gear.

Don't know if I'm just not in the lenses' comfort zones too often, or out of the photog's competency zone! Probably more often the latter.

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