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MARINERMAGNUM

In your Face!

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That's how this Warbler was-what an attitude!

The bird didn't provide a very good composition,so I'm just posting these so we can check it for mites. shocked

Canon 30D,100-400L IS @400mm. Varying snapper speeds!

Stupid shadow!

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Whatchu talkin' bout Willis?!

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Maybe I'll pose a little-NOT!

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You certainly had to be pushing the minimum focal distance on these. I took some shots of Cedar Waxwings today (which are much bigger) and I was pretty close and still didn't fill the frame with them the way you did on these. Nice work getting close!

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Boy you can't get any closer or sharper than these! Nice stuff. It's too bad these critters don't realize how much we would appreciate it if they would cooperate.

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Wow, you can even see his little whiskers, great job and like others have said very sharp.

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Nice and sharp and close, MM. Neat work!

Looks like a female mourning warbler to me.

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You must have been whispering nice things to get her that close. grin

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