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A sparrow and some calmer finches
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 02-07-2007, 03:06 PM

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02-07-2007, 05:41 PM   #2
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wow like you were right on top of them. Nice shots!
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Terrific!

Man! The wife's feeders are right outside of our kitchen windows. I've got the 50-200 so I've got to try some of these.

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Very excellent detail. They are right outside the window? Great stuff.

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Thank you Pat and take care

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Hi Dan and go for it, you've got the lens to do it with. Make sure your wife keeps the feeders full :-)

Take care,
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Hi Clarence, yes just outside the window. The first two about 6-7 feet away and the two in the shrubs no more than maybe 12 feet.

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Wow! Beautiful Heinrich

These are amazingly sharp and perfectly exposed. Amazing that they were taken through double pane glass. You must keep your windows spotless! ;-)
Really nice work on these.
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So sharp and clear. The colour is so rich as well. These are amazing shots!
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Thank you LaRee, can't take credit for the windows wasn't my house :-)

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Thanks for the nice comments roentarre, it is appreciated.

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Very nicely done - especially through two panes of glass!

I would love to see some common redpolls around here, but haven't yet. Seems only the squirrels are interested in my feeder (though they make amusing targets to photograph too )
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Thanks Andrew and don't feel bad, I don't have red polls at my feeder neither. These were taken at a friends place 40 km away. All I get here at home are sparrows, blackbirds, some robins and house finches.

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