Mixed birds

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  1. deanlewis

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    I really like the colours and feel of these shots - especially the first two - throw in some snow and they would have that really christmassy feel to them!
    however the most impressive has to be number 5 - brilliantly sharp and detailed you got all the details of the small bird in - not an easy thing to do!
     
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    Awesome shots, awesome detail! tough call between #5 and #6, but really all of them are very good :)
     
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    They are all good. Two is my favorite because I know how hard it is to get a perfect exposure on the black head of a chickadee. Five is awesome, but the bird is shifted over a little too far for me. Maybe a cropping would help that out.
     
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    Thanks for all the feedback guys, its much appreciated as always

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