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Spotted Towhee.
Lens: HD DA 55-300 PLM Camera: K-70 ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/800s Aperture: F6.3 
Posted By: DW58, 02-18-2018, 12:07 PM

Different types of birds beginning to show up at the feeders. This guy flew off before I could get closer so this shot cropped quite a bit.

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An excellent image of this beautiful little bird Dave. Very well captured.
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Nice shot
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An excellent image of this beautiful little bird Dave. Very well captured.
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Nice shot
Thanks to you both for your comments.

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QuoteOriginally posted by DW58 Quote
Different types of birds beginning to show up at the feeders. This guy flew off before I could get closer so this shot cropped quite a bit.
You put that camera + lens combination to good work.
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You put that camera + lens combination to good work.
Thanks. I may have to get them together again. Been a while.
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QuoteOriginally posted by DW58 Quote
Different types of birds beginning to show up at the feeders. This guy flew off before I could get closer so this shot cropped quite a bit.
That's such a good shot!
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That's such a good shot!
Thanks.

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Different types of birds beginning to show up at the feeders. This guy flew off before I could get closer so this shot cropped quite a bit.
very clear lens 55-300 plm, I'm using it with a lot of satisfaction, congratulations for the beautiful capture
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A great shot, Dave! I love the catch light in it's eye. You did good, my man.
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very well done! lovely shot!
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Good detail and colour, we don't see those birds here.
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very clear lens 55-300 plm, I'm using it with a lot of satisfaction, congratulations for the beautiful capture
Thanks for the comment. I've enjoyed using this lens as well.

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A great shot, Dave! I love the catch light in it's eye. You did good, my man.
Thanks Dewman. I'd like to say I planned the light in his eye but...

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Good detail and colour, we don't see those birds here.
This is one of the few species I've been able to attract to my feeders. Hoping for more of a variety in the future. Thanks for the comment Em.
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