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Some Tree Swallows doing what comes natural
Lens: Bigma Camera: K 3 Photo Location: Alberta, Canada 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 07-04-2016, 03:35 PM



















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07-04-2016, 03:40 PM   #2
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Good stuff Heinrich!
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Good stuff Heinrich!
Thank you Tom for the kind comment.
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Very beautiful series. Top notch!

P.S. strange that one picture was taken in 2015 and all the other in 2016 ?

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Great work Heinrich!
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Bird Porn................who would have thought! Good Catch.
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Wow, Heinrich - great shots.

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Simply stunning. I am happy if the tree swallows are in frame when moving, but I guess with them being focused on the task at hand they might have been a bit more predictable. Gorgeous shots.

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Very beautiful series. Top notch!

P.S. strange that one picture was taken in 2015 and all the other in 2016 ?
Thank you kindly, all taken within the same few minutes, some are consecutive frames, just a stupid typo in the signature.


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Great work Heinrich!
Thank you Notbert

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Bird Porn................who would have thought! Good Catch.
Thanks EM, see, you just never know what you will come across.

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Wow, Heinrich - great shots.

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Thanks Jer, it is appreciated.

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Simply stunning. I am happy if the tree swallows are in frame when moving, but I guess with them being focused on the task at hand they might have been a bit more predictable. Gorgeous shots.
Thank you for the kind comment, in this case they are very predictable, just watch their mating rituals on the wing, they usually settle down very near by.
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Very nice burst series! I like the 4th shot (before it lands) the most.

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Very nice burst series! I like the 4th shot (before it lands) the most.
Thank you Adam, considering that Pentax can't do birds they are not too bad.
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Thank you Adam, considering that Pentax can't do birds they are not too bad.
That's only because some people don't know how

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