domestic squabble (dialup brutal)

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  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    A story of domestic bliss in pictures....

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    Very clever Jim, please tell me you were using a tripod.
     
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    hahaha

    those are nice birds man. they look kinda fluffed-up - is it cold ?
    and do you know what kind of birds they are ? the <guess>one on the
    right looks like a finch</guess>
     
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    Sid- monopod. That big zoom gets heavy after awhile. I probably stood out there for 45 minutes waiting to get these shots. Then the whole thing was over in about a minute and a half. :)

    jack- it was about 8:00 am, so it was still about 40°F or so. No idea, I thought they were sparrows. If it isn't a game bird or a robin or something everybody knows it's just a bunch of feathers to me. ;)
     
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    Lol. Nice story Jim. The picture aren't have bad too. :wink:

    Isn't that always the way. :lol: The worst is when you wait that long only to have the pictures turn out horrible. There was a time when I waited all day to get a picture I wanted only to get poor results because I miscalculated on the lighting. Although the day wasn't a waste because I was also out there for some hiking as well.
     
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    I like the exposure control. There's enough detail in the shadow and yet the sky isn't over-exposed.
     
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    hee hee, that was good. :D I love shots of all critters, especially birds.
     
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