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2 juncos and a Jay (and 2 chickadees)
Lens: Tamron SP Af 300 ED {IF] Camera: K-1 Photo Location: My back yard ISO: 1600 Aperture: F4 
Posted By: normhead, 10-04-2016, 04:54 PM

K-1 and Tamron SP AF 300mm F2.8ED {IF]

The light is fadeing....

6.3, 800 ISO

Blue Jay


Chickadees


4, 1600 ISO

Black Eyed Juncos






At the size these are cropped to, I could have used a K-5, but, it's nice to have some crop room.

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10-04-2016, 09:50 PM   #2
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2 juncos and a Jay (and 2 chickadees)
Lovely series Norm. Well taken. Can I assume from some of the angles that you have photographed from, that you are a bit more mobile now? The hip and knee recovery is going well? Hope so mate. Cheers.
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Lovely series Norm. Well taken. Can I assume from some of the angles that you have photographed from, that you are a bit more mobile now? The hip and knee recovery is going well? Hope so mate. Cheers.
For this series,
https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/12-post-your-photos/331157-landscape-mist...a-35-80-a.html
I walked more than 2 clicks, then came home and pulled a 200 pound generator from the back of the RAV, assembled it and took it over to my shop, my right side is probably only half strength, but it's coming along. I slept all night without pain killers , like even Ibuprofen or Tylenol, 3 times this week. So I'm already much better than before the operation.
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I walked more than 2 clicks, then came home and pulled a 200 pound generator from the back of the RAV, assembled it and took it over to my shop, my right side is probably only half strength, but it's coming along. I slept all night without pain killers , like even Ibuprofen or Tylenol, 3 times this week. So I'm already much better than before the operation.
Excellent. By Christmas you should be almost back to normal movement and sleeping. I'm a little concerned about you throwing around the 200 pound generator though !!!

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Like the Juncos. Infrequent here. Good to see you are getting walking fit again!
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Like the Juncos. Infrequent here. Good to see you are getting walking fit again!
I'm in the "stop limping " stage.
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