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We are not talking to that guy...
 

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Taken from our deck at our former home. I ran and grabbed the 150mm lens and got her before she left the property, chicks in tow.
 

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You put your right foot in
You take your right foot out
You put your right foot in
And you shake it all about
 

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Am I a bird???
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Panasonic DMC-GM1 35-100mm f2.8 1/1000s ISO200 62mm
 
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Exmoor Zoo a couple of weeks ago, unfortunately I lost my notes saying what it is.

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the bokeh is positively very nervous here, for me but somehow that is what makes that image great.
The isolation of the bird is indeed superb while putting it in context with its environment (great yellow flowers!)
I like this image because it's different.
 

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OK, this one is not your typical bird image but I had to try my adapted Russian projection lens (KP-16 50mm f1.2) onto something else than the usual pooch :rolleyes:

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Kookaburra on KP-16_c by gnarlydog, on Flickr
 
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Last May I started to frequent a pond that is just a little out of my way on my drive to and from work. Shortly after my first visit, 3 Double-crested Cormorants showed up. They appeared to be 2 adults and a juvenile from the previous year. These are not usual birds for my area, but not unheard off. The parents left and the juvenile stayed, and I have been watching it all summer.

This was taken a day before my 300 f/4 arrived, so it's a large crop.
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Double-crested Cormorants by Harvey Richards, on Flickr

The juvenile.
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Double-crested Cormorant Drying Out by Harvey Richards, on Flickr

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Double-crested Cormorant by Harvey Richards, on Flickr

Last week another cormorant showed up, and now I often see the two together, or close by each other. Perhaps a youngster is in their future.

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Double-crested Cormorants by Harvey Richards, on Flickr

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Double-crested Cormorants by Harvey Richards, on Flickr
 

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Messing about in the back yard with the O25 and a Nissin flash. 1/200s @ f2.8 ISO 200
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