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Birdie birdie birdie *11 pics*

doenoe

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Since today was a sunny day, i went to the bird demo again. Allthough it got a bit cloudy once i got there, i got some nice shots :)
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Greetz Daan
 
First one is right on. Nice shots. The 9th one makes me think of gremlins. Hahaha
 
wow! what great shots. Wonderful colors and lighting.
 
#6 is awesome, really like that one, but of course they are all great, you do a wonderful job at these demos... :thumbup:
 
also love the first one! Great series
 
thank you for the nice comments :)
And yes, he does look a bit like Mowgli. Its a chick from some sort of forrest owl and its almost 5 weeks old. Gave us a a scare that they, the little bugger. He was in a cage without a top before the demo started. When the demo ended, the chick wasnt in the cage anymore *PANIC*. Some visitors told us that he was in there some minutes before we got back. So we started looking around, mostly focussing on the floor. Then we heard a girl say: he is right there. And pointed at the lantern. The chick climbed out of the cafe, of the table, walked about a meter on the ground. Then climbed up into the lantern, which was hanging about 2 meters of the floor. Was pretty funny to see........and thats the story behind the chick in the lantern :mrgreen:
Anyways, thanks again for looking
 
Great shots Daan. Ya got some awesome images
 
All you bird photographers, doenoe included: I admire you so!
I tried my hands on some bird photography yesterday, all the birds sat in cages and were perfectly still, and I still had to toss out half of all the pictures I took.
Those that moved made me wonder how EVER you get your focussing right when you manually trace them? Trying to get that right drove me to distraction!
 

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