Barn Swallows

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  1. Dagwood56

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    Would like some C&C on these :

    Both taken hand held with Sigma 105mm lens at f2.8, 1/125, ISO 100 with camera's built in flash.

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    Thank you for sharing! Look like swiftlets to me. Interesting nest - a mixture of mud and leftover plants
     
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    I really thought it was interesting how they build their nests on the "side" of the roof beam and it just hangs there. This barn must have had about two dozen nests inside, it was really cool to watch the birds feeding their young, even if I couldn't actually see the babies.
     
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    thanks for sharing cute birds
     

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