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Birds in the Botanic Gardens
Lens: Tamron 70-200 2.8 Camera: K7 Photo Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland 
Posted By: Shenloanne, 03-23-2019, 01:01 PM

Today I took a wander round botanic Gardens with my wife and daughter. Spring is on its way and I had my Tamron 70-200 2.8 with me. In hindsight when I go to botanic in future its coming with the camera on its own. The 24-70mm and the 50mm were utterly sueprflous.

Onto the photos.

A Mistle Thrush


Robbie


And a different Robin


And a pair of blackbirds post mating.

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03-25-2019, 08:56 PM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by Shenloanne Quote
Today I took a wander round botanic Gardens with my wife and daughter. Spring is on its way and I had my Tamron 70-200 2.8 with me. In hindsight when I go to botanic in future its coming with the camera on its own. The 24-70mm and the 50mm were utterly superfluous.

Onto the photos.


A Mistle Thrush

Robbie

And a different Robin

And a pair of blackbirds post mating.
Good shots of these birds in this natural setting.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Shenloanne Quote
Today I took a wander round botanic Gardens with my wife and daughter. Spring is on its way and I had my Tamron 70-200 2.8 with me. In hindsight when I go to botanic in future its coming with the camera on its own. The 24-70mm and the 50mm were utterly sueprflous.

Onto the photos.

A Mistle Thrush


Robbie


And a different Robin


And a pair of blackbirds post mating.
Great photos, especially #3.
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Excellent shots, especially #2 and #3. It's nice to see the K-7 still being used. Mine has been shuttered away for years now. The Tamron looks great! Do you know if it's a full frame lens?

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Excellent shots, especially #2 and #3. It's nice to see the K-7 still being used. Mine has been shuttered away for years now. The Tamron looks great! Do you know if it's a full frame lens?
AFAIK it is a full frame lens.
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