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These days I'm concentrating all my energy into improving my wildlife photography. Everything else is taking a back seat for now.
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All done hand-held as well , both the moth and the camera :-)

Great job lining everything up for perfect focus. Love those rusty red eyes in the sea of green.

Thanks a bunch, Vann, and *Dave - I've definitely had a bit of fun with this one. And I remember you telling me about that moth trap, Dave; it really sounded like a good idea!

That's excellent. Looks pretty darned good to me!

Thanks for the comment Kev. I'm particularly pleased with my Redstart pics. I was with a friend who shoots Canon full frame with all the pro glass , and he didn't get any useable shots :-)

You won't find many that I've shot at ISO 800

Here's one

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/115940187

It's the Tamron. No complaints about it. Obviously it's not in the same league as long primes but it performs ok for a fraction of the price of a prime. The D7100 is good too. Shooting distant birds , as I do mostly these days , I have to crop most of my shots. For that reason I like to keep my ISO as low as possible. At 400 they become too noisy to withstand cropping.

Ha ha, caught in the act!

Excellent shot. I love the contrast between the blurred background and the the detail of the lichens. Bird composition spot on. I imagine this shot was the end result of a few hours of sitting and waiting, all credit to your birding skills!

Regards

Kenny

Thanks Corey. It's a pretty old photo now. I believe it's been vastly altered and modernised somewhat.

Beautiful Picture!!!!

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