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Speaking of magpies, I had an encounter with a fuzzy baby today; it had been left on a gum tree stump, and no adults nearby, but I spied another couple of youngsters up in a tree a short distance away. I spoke quietly to it, took a few photos, then got out of everyone's way.
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Panasonic 100-400 - today's walk
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A few shots from the first day vacation at the Rocky Mountain National park. It was overcast, but turned out better than I expected.

EM130281_DxO by Narin, on Flickr

EM130270_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/160, ISO 800

EM130302_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/400, ISO 800

EM130308_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/60, ISO 200

EM130185_DxO by Narin, on Flickr

EM130246_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/125, ISO 1000

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A few shots from the first day vacation at the Rocky Mountain National park. It was overcast, but turned out better than I expected.

View attachment 847036EM130281_DxO by Narin, on Flickr

View attachment 847037EM130270_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/160, ISO 800

View attachment 847038EM130302_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/400, ISO 800

View attachment 847039EM130308_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/60, ISO 200

View attachment 847040EM130185_DxO by Narin, on Flickr

View attachment 847041EM130246_DxO by Narin, on Flickr
Olympus E-M1MarkIII, 300mm, ƒ/4.0, 1/125, ISO 1000

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Narin these are exceptionally nice.
The first one really sets the scene.
First class photography.
 
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Narin these are exceptionally nice.
The first one really sets the scene.
First class photography.
Richard, much appreciated for the kind words. I finally learned to work with what present to me. The weather was not great with no sun light that morning. Rather than pushing the ISO with high shutter speed, I kept ISO low with slow shutter speed and accepted to come up with wings in motion. I surprised by the results as the wings are better than I had expected.

Anyhow, gotta give credit to Andy Rouse, Espen Helland and Petr B I followed.

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Double posting beside Panasonic 100-400 Showcase. Hope you don't mind. :whistling:

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Local ebird site says warblers are migrating back down south. Got this little one this morning, but can't identify it. I thought it was a White-Eyed Vireo but my book shows that's not it. Western NY location ... thanks for the help.
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take out ...
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Local ebird site says warblers are migrating back down south. Got this little one this morning, but can't identify it. I thought it was a White-Eyed Vireo but my book shows that's not it. Western NY location ... thanks for the help.
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Possibly an immature female Chestnut-sided Warbler. Check out photos on the Audubon site.
 
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'Crikey!' That's what the sulfur crested cockatoos always seem to shriek.
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Noisy blighters for sure
And destructive
They love to pick the daffodils but don't eat them just play with them
I heard their characteristic ruccous and went to investigate
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