A few in flights

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  1. BrentC

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    Barn Swallow bringing home nesting material
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    Barn Swallow
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    These capture are a little weird. Not the crops I would like but I caught them at the corner of the frame. Had to do some extending of the background in the last one just to get some space on the left and bottom.

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    Female Purple Martin
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    Male Purple Martin
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    Excellent shooting...
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Great in flights Brent. I know how hard it is to get these little birds in flight.
     
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    Those are good. They are hard enough to follow with the naked eye. I'm always amazed when people post them in flight.
     
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    Thanks guys!
     
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    Great job!
     
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    Thanks Brian.
     
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    Swallows are tough to shoot ... that's pretty good AF.
     
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    Very good shots.
     
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    I was at a farm and barn swallows were swooping all over the place and very close to me. I had my 40-150mm and spent 15-20min shooting. I thought how great this was that I was going to get some amazing shots. It was like shooting fish in a barrel. When I took a look at the shots when I got home most of them were just out of focus, actually slight motion blur. That's when I realized I didn't pay as close attention to my settings as I thought. I was 1/1000 under what I should have shot. There could have been some stunning shots but I was only able to salvage those two. You just can't shoot swallows at 1/1600.
     
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    Thank you.
     

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