1. MrSinky

    MrSinky

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    The weekend arrives and so do the clouds ,so shot at ISO 3200 ,but glad i took the time to find them,stunning looking bird.

    [​IMG]Hawfinch by John, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Hawfinch by John, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Hawfinch by John, on Flickr
     
    Rustydon, gramps, F1.2 and 2 others like this.
  2. Hertsman

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    Cracking shots of a beautifull bird, Im not sure Ive seen one of these now you mention it.....
     
  3. Kodiak Qc

    Kodiak Qc

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    Cool… a new bird to me! :)

    These pictures, John, clearly show that — if you
    focused on the eye — your gear is back focussing!
     
  4. Hadron

    Hadron

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    Very nice pictures there and as above, that’s a new one to me as well (y)
     
  5. MrSinky

    MrSinky

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    Kodiak ,yes i would agree its not quite right i have been struggling to set it up ,had another go tonight so will see whats it like in the field tomorrow.
     
  6. holty

    holty

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    lovely wee bird
     
  7. Lemaildetom

    Lemaildetom

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    Love the first one, such a nice array of colours on this bird!
     
  8. Rustydon

    Rustydon

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    Lovely bird, and great to see on the ground as they have a habit of staying in the tree canopy. Nice capture in #1 John (y)

    Russ
     
  9. Dale.

    Dale.

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  10. derbydude

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    Nice captures the ones I've seen are always at the top of the trees
     
  11. peter r

    peter r

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    Super images
     

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