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  1. Battou

    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nothing?
     
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    Mourning dove i think.

    I'll try and help.

    i think C1 is the best, for me anyway

    the first 2 i don't really like, its almost to distracting, theres to much to look at then just the subject ( the duct tape is very distracting)

    the last one i like, i don't know why but theres something about it i like.

    Good work!
     
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    I really don't like the idea of stalking feeders to get pictures of birds but I've been in a bit of a rut with my bird photos lately, I was hoping to get over the hump by getting a couple few deisent shots by what ever means necessary.

    Thanks, The blue warbler was pretty heavily cropped as it was to eliminate a lot of unnecessary stuff.

    C1 is prolly my best cardinal to date, it's an elusive bird here in this aria, I see them periodically but they always manage to hide from the lens :(

    Yeah My book sais it's one kind of Dove, the people who own the feeders call it another and it hangs out with the pidgoens. Biologically they are the same so .....
     

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