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A pregnant Australian Pied Cormorant looks on while flocks of Ibis go about their day.
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We often get birds that dance along the window sill pecking away or just looking and singing at the top of its voice, but this male Superb Fairy Wren has maintained a presence for the entire last two days and only leaves for a short while to return and continue his routine.
He does peck at the glass and you can see his reflection when I snuck around the corner to watch him
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here he stops for a singsong
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he would alternate with dancing along the sill, then fly up and down the edges of the bricks
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and here's his partner who flew in for a short stay
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Goose at Dunham.
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During the Pandemic, I mostly image at a local pond where the issue is getting close enough to get feather detail. The Blue Heron and Grebe were way past my 20' or less criteria (Bh about 70', Grebe about 40') while the Duck was about 30' but feather detail is present. I spend a couple of hours and get some exercise and a few images to share, I am lucky to live so close to a 40 acre wildlife refuge with such a wide variety of birds and other wildlife.
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It is a crop, but not that extreme. It's possible, and I can't recall whether I had the X2 digital converter on. Anyway, here's my original before a little tweaking in Snapseed.View attachment 852658
It just looks OOF and slightly motion blurred to me. Pretty much all of those 12-200 shots look like they focused on something in the background.
 

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