Woody up early

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  1. Fangman

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    Definitely the drummer boy of the nutcracker suite by the noise they make attacking my willow tree.
    f5 1/200 iso 800 at 200mm
     
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    Oh, you must be very pleased with this shot! Nicely done! And nice of him to alert you to his presence by tapping so loudly on your willow.
     
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    yet again, i feel so young when i laugh at your titles but i can't help it. :lol:
    cool pic, hey do you use a telephoto lense and leave a light on the feeder? or get up close and wait for it then hit the flash?
     
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    It was light but sun just up. I use fill in flash set at minus one stop to get the highlight in the eye and a bt of detail in the shadows. 70-200 f2.8 Sigma DG lens so would be a 300mm on 35mm film
     

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