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Paris

 
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La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
 
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Enjoying my new Ricoh GR II

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Today at Lunken Airport.





Niech Zyje P-220

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These were actually from yesterday, but it was my first (and second) attempt at messing about with off camera flash at all. I have two pocketwizard transceivers, and a Canon 430 EX II flash.

Pinecone by Tim, on Flickr

Flower by Tim, on Flickr


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Took a Sunday morning hike in the desert near our home.



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need more birds





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need more birds


Taken very quickly but glad I got him, have not seem one in years.



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Eek
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that thing is huge !

what the heck kind of feeder does he go to ?





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CheeseandRice!
that thing is huge !

what the heck kind of feeder does he go to ?


That's a woodpecker...he's at his feeder. They eat bugs in the bark.


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Pileated Woodpecker they generally like old dead trees to find bugs but there is some suet higher on the tree and I think he must have been up there but by the time I grabbed my camera he had wandered down. They are the size of a crow. We usually just have ladderbacks and the occasional red headed.
 
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Keeping the 'more bird pics' theme going, here is one I took of a raptor at a neighbors house. I used a 300mm lens and cropped it quite a bit so it's grainy.

Anyone know what this is? I have no clue.



Jim


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Cooper Hawk also out the back window.

 
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Cooper Hawk also out the back window.



Thanks. First time I've seen one.


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Keeping the 'more bird pics' theme going, here is one I took of a raptor at a neighbors house. I used a 300mm lens and cropped it quite a bit so it's grainy.

Anyone know what this is? I have no clue.



Jim


Looks like a Peregrine Falcon to me.
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My quickie on the go clip on iPhone lens.







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Eek
CheeseandRice!
that thing is huge !

what the heck kind of feeder does he go to ?


That's a woodpecker...he's at his feeder. They eat bugs in the bark.


Pileated woodpecker. They are BIG!

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never seen one , in any of the six states





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