American Goldfinch

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  1. SympL

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    Please enjoy.

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    Simply love these birds, and your shots.

    Very nice and Very sharp photos you have.

    excellent job!!
     
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    Beautiful captures! Thanks for posting them.
     
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    Great shots, the colours are so vivid and everything is so sharp, congratulations. What lens were you using?
     
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    Dmitri No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very very nice! Are these wild birds? If so, you certainly seem to have the touch! :thumbsup:
     
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    matt-l, thankyou for your comments brother. I was born on 'the rock' myself.
    MissMia, thankyou for your comments.
    number6, thanks, these were shot with a Tamron 200-500mm.
    Thankyou Dmitri, yes these are birds in the wild.
     
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    My mother has cousins in ontario, may i ask you your name?
     
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    Really well done! Nice and sharp, 'eye contact', and good depth of field to make them stand out.
     
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    Thanks Antarctican for your comments.
    matt-l my last name is Parrott. Still have a second uncle in Stephenville, but, everyone else is spread around Ontario.
     
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    Beautiful! :thumbup: Love the first one, where the little branch the fellow is sitting on, adds a layer to the DOF. Nice work!


    oh, and is that a caterpillar in pic #2, or is that part of the branch?




    pascal
     
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    Thankyou Pascal, I appreciate your comments.
    That is simply another part of the branch.
     

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