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    Could be a Beech tree, Scott.
    Quite a few of them up here still have partial foliage. Noisy this time of the year, too.
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    Northern Flicker that's been hanging around the last couple days.



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    Jealous.....Birds confound me....

    Nice work!
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    Lovely photo, Sandy.
    Curious as to what the Flicker is wailing on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Northern Flicker that's been hanging around the last couple days.

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    Northern Flicker by soates50, on Flickr
    Nice shot. Background obscured. Bird in full view and all nicely exposed.

    Hum, haven't seen that sort of suet feeder. I suppose provided better access that the typical wire cages.

    I got long lens mostly for birdshots, but mostly gave up on that shortly after.

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    Was clam, clear day again. Cold, 16degF, but calm.
    Thinking that with the clear sky might be interesting sunset, but nope, sun disappeared behind heavy clouds on horizon.

    So went out onto the pier, cranked up the ISO, and waited for lights to come on.

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    Ice is from when was cold and windy with waves splashing up onto the pier. And has remained cold since then.

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    I've been taking pictures of my dog as of recent. She's just so dang photogenic and happy...
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    Jedz I can never see your pictures..wassup with that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jedz123 View Post
    I've been taking pictures of my dog as of recent. She's just so dang photogenic and happy...
    Great shot Jedz. Ya, you can always tell what they're thinking. In this case it's, go ahead ....kiss me. LOL.
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    Thanks for kudos guys.

    Bob. Yeah birds can be a challenge ...lots of throw aways for sure. Most of my decent ones are usually around a feeder or during migrations. Otherwise it's just pure luck. One thing that confounds me is putting together those still lifes that you post. I'm pretty good at spotting a decent composition and have the skills to shoot it but that's entirely different than actually assembling a composition.

    Dave. The feeder is a big chunk of wood. We've used the wire cages for years but after moving to the city the crows are pretty good at destroying those. It was shot through our den window at a distance of about 12 - 15 feet so made the shot pretty easy. At what point does the ice load on that stuff you're shooting start breaking things? Great shots.
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