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Here's two from today. Male & female Satin Bowerbird. They're usually very timid but my persistence finally paid off.


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Those are amazeballs


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Nice pictures! Those are some pretty birds---although kind of scary looking!!

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Badass pics, very cool.

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How about a few low fence exotic shots from the Texas hill country.

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Some nice bucks there.


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Scored a good one today, although an ISO of 12800 wasn't ideal - that's what I needed on a dull overcast winters day if I wanted high shutter speed and some depth.



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Originally Posted by dingo
Scored a good one today, although an ISO of 12800 wasn't ideal - that's what I needed on a dull overcast winters day if I wanted high shutter speed and some depth.



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Great shot sir!


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Blue Faced Honeyeater


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Dingo, real nice eye focus.
Elkhunter, looks to be some fine axis bucks.

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Another Rainbow Lorikeet.


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Pale headed rosella. This was a difficult bird to photograph.


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I suppose I'm lucky to be able to photograph nice looking birds in my backyard. Took this Galah pic a few days ago.



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Took these today in the backyard. Grey Butcherbird.

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Nice pictures !!

You guys should list What type of camera and lens - and how many megapixel they are…

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I have a R6. Would love to try the R5 at some point but it was just too much $$ to buy and I don't need 45MP for my style of photography

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