Garden Pics *mucho pics*

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  1. doenoe

    doenoe TPF Noob!

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    Hello again

    thought it was a while back that i posted some pics, so here i am again. The plan was to go to the park and snap some shots there. But since it was crappy weather, i stayed home and snapped some shots of the birds in our garden.
    Im gonna put the Dutch names at the pics, since most of you allready know what they are called in English (and because i dont know all the english names ;))

    Anyways here are some pics:

    Im starting with a rainbow. It was a double rainbow, but i only had my 70-300 mm lens at hand, so i couldnt get both of them in one shot
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    A tree lit by sun with a dark background
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    These are some Duiven
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    A Mus
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    This one is called a Kauwtje
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    And a Roodborstje
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    Followed by a Pimpelmees
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    And another Mus (shows how well they are camouflaged)
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    And last but not least, a Spreeuw
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    Hope you enjoyed and good luck with pronouncing those names :mrgreen:
    Greetz Daan
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, sometimes one's own garden offers the best of photo opportunities, right?
    And you got a crow! COOL MAN! (kauwtje) (German: Krähe).
    DOF is really good in all of them, and I love "roodborstje" (robins) (German: Rotkehlchen).
    But I also like sparrows so much ("mus")(German: Spatz).
    And also your photos of the "pimpelmees" (tit) (German: Meise) and the starling (?) (spreeuw) (German: Star).
     
  3. doenoe

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    Thanks Corrina :)
    But it isnt really a crow........is related to it in some way. But its way smaller and its got a silver-grey head. Just thought i'd be honoust here :p
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    OK... but the beak shows the relationship with the crows. Could it be a "Dohle"? Now what is "Dohle" in English??? "Jackdaw" is what my big fat dictionary says.
    Now it's up to the ornithologists on board to tell us if we are right.
     
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    I did some googling and i found Jackdaw too...............so i guess its a Jackdaw then eh
     
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    well, w/e, the black colored bird looks cool! lol.
     

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