Christmas Eve sunset

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  1. Mikhal

    Mikhal No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Managed to get a few shots of a rare non snowy Christmas Eve sunset, and a random woodpecker that was in the tree above me. The first picture was with my nikon 18-55mm, the others were with the nikon 70-300mm, all with out a tripod. Any suggestions on how to do it better?

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  2. RickyMidnight

    RickyMidnight TPF Noob!

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    nice sunset, I preally like the pic of the bird
     
  3. Mikhal

    Mikhal No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks!

    That shot was straight up and he kept moving to the other side of the branch every time I tried to take the shot, I didn't realize I got him until I was looking through the photos.
     
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    Love the color in the third shot. :encouragement:
     
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    Thanks Jeff!
     

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