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Despite of the cold weather I wanted to try out some evening shots.
Quite pleased with the outcome.

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Pregnant Golden Orb Spider getting some vital nutrients from a poor, unsuspecting bee that'd gotten caught in her web.

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I just received my used copy of this lens via the Buy & Sell pages. I'm still learning how to use it but I'm happy so far! These were all taken with the MC-14 attached.

The muskrat picture was almost from the hip. I caught him out of the corner of my eye, raise my camera and got the focus point on the body and fired one off. I was lucky that I did not have to crop this very much. The other 2 shots are highly cropped but I'm happy with the details I was able to coax from the images.

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Muskrat (or young beaver) by Thomas Remisoski, on Flickr

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Sunning Turtles by Thomas Remisoski, on Flickr

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First image is the roof of the Peter B. Lewis Building at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. The photo was taken from in front of the adjacent law school building and the red brick wall is part of the law school building.

The friendly squirrel was hanging out in front of the nearby Cleveland Botanical Gardens.
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Red-Whiskered Bulbuls in northern Thailand. Spotted them in front of our house and rushed to get my E-M1 Mark III, switched the 60mm out with my 40-150mm PRO plus MC20.
 

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Was sitting at my computer and heard a thump. Familiar sound of a bird flying into a window. A few minutes later, looked out on the balcony and yes, a young Red Whiskered Bulbul was just sitting on the balcony floor in front of the glass door.

He hit pretty hard as he was quite stunned and it knocked the crap out of him, literally.

Didn't know what to do so picked it up to move to a larger space on the balcony and it did flap its wings. Had my wife take a look and started to pick it up again to check its legs and she said no, wait a while to see how well it recovers. It just sat there still. I came back about 15-20 minutes later and it was on the balcony rail. A few seconds after it saw me and the camera, off it went.

Love a happy ending. Olympus E-M1 Mark III, Olympus 40-150mm PRO plus MC20

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Was sitting at my computer and heard a thump. Familiar sound of a bird flying into a window. A few minutes later, looked out on the balcony and yes, a young Red Whiskered Bulbul was just sitting on the balcony floor in front of the glass door.

He hit pretty hard as he was quite stunned and it knocked the crap out of him, literally.

Didn't know what to do so picked it up to move to a larger space on the balcony and it did flap its wings. Had my wife take a look and started to pick it up again to check its legs and she said no, wait a while to see how well it recovers. It just sat there still. I came back about 15-20 minutes later and it was on the balcony rail. A few seconds after it saw me and the camera, off it went.

Love a happy ending. Olympus E-M1 Mark III, Olympus 40-150mm PRO plus MC20

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Know that familiar sound. Glad yours worked out okay.
Beautiful bird.
I was told once they need warmth after such a mishap.
I've put them in an open shoe box or even egg container with small birds and a bit of cloth to hide drafts.
Never knew if it made any difference.
 

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