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A young one in fine feather
Lens: Pentax DA8* f:4 300mm+ 1.4 convertor Camera: K3 Photo Location: Alberta, Camada ISO: 1600 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 07-21-2018, 08:52 PM





Immature female House Sparrow. Shot from inside through double pane window.

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07-22-2018, 12:30 AM   #2
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Most certainly happy to see you Heinrich
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Very nice photograph. I am really impressed with the results you get with the 1.4 Teleconverter. It really gets in your face sharp and clear. Thanks for uploading.

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Most certainly happy to see you Heinrich
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Thank you kindly,

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Very nice photograph. I am really impressed with the results you get with the 1.4 Teleconverter. It really gets in your face sharp and clear. Thanks for uploading.

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Thank you Tony, it is a good combo.

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Very good photo despite being handicapped by TC and window glass.

Her posture in the first one is priceless - she's too young to be that proud of herself.
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Very good photo despite being handicapped by TC and window glass.

Her posture in the first one is priceless - she's too young to be that proud of herself.

Hi and thank you. The 1.4 TC is actually no handicap, I don't see any discernable difference on the 300. The window glass, big time, it was after a shower and before I could clean it.
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Two remarkable photos, Heinrich. She's just starting life and I wish her well.

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Two remarkable photos, Heinrich. She's just starting life and I wish her well.

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Hi Jer and thank you. She will need luck, in-between hawks and other predators as well as climate, survival rate is not very high.

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The close-up is awesome
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The close-up is awesome
Thank you Cliff, it's appreciated.
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