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IreneClarke Plus
4 1.2k 2 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2017 5:41AM
Lovely detail and colour

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5 Jun 2017 5:49AM
Excellent capture ***** SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
tonyguitar 7 75 37 Canada
5 Jun 2017 6:35AM
Sangram;...Thank you for the Award. I did wait some time for this Flicker and your Award is all I need. Thanks so much. TG
Dad a beautiful creature. Well captured TG.
StrayCat 15 19.1k 3 Canada
5 Jun 2017 8:27AM
Good job Tony.
Mollycat Plus
5 12 2 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2017 10:10AM
Very alert, and beautifully captured Tony.
Bento 3 Portugal
5 Jun 2017 1:42PM
Sharp capture Tony.
Daisymaye 10 23 16 Canada
5 Jun 2017 2:16PM
So that's where they have their babies. A very good capture Tony.
af1 6 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2017 5:38PM
Super capture..GrinGrinGrin
taggart Plus
14 47 13 United States
5 Jun 2017 5:40PM
His beak is amazingly huge---
Wow what an excellent capture. Just love it. Debs
5 Jun 2017 9:43PM
Super shot. Cathy
tonyguitar 7 75 37 Canada
5 Jun 2017 10:22PM
Thanks Cathy for making 30 and all of you as well for your time and support. Keeps us going out EVERY day to spot more visual delights. Those without cameras miss so much. Ever think of that? TG
tonyguitar 7 75 37 Canada
5 Jun 2017 10:31PM
Here is a hint for you if you have a long or heavy lens. I have a Tamron 150 to 600mm lens that seems somewhat heavy. I used to carry that with the camera strap over my left shoulder. All that weight pulling on the camera can lead to
problems. At times the f/value would not show....Solution...

Now I hook the tripod foot into my belt and so there is no pull on the camera flange at all. The belt supports the lens weight and the camera all in one.
Try this on heavy lenses. May work well for you also. TG
Tooma Plus
3 1.7k 2 Scotland
5 Jun 2017 11:55PM
You watched the birdie, and you got that birdie good TG. Well done sir. Smile
Chinga Plus
8 3 1 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2017 3:00AM
Pristine image quality Tony! Stunning image, stunning subject...
Isabel GrinGrin
8 Jun 2017 5:47AM
Stellar shot Tony. I love the colours of the flicker against the rustic bark.
These lovely birds have a destructive side - two people we know have had the exterior of their houses damaged by them.... very powerful beaks on them when they use them as a jackhammer!!
cheers walt
tonyguitar 7 75 37 Canada
8 Jun 2017 10:11PM
Walt;....Thanks for your Award. A real pleasure as I am usually a snap shooter, not too worried about quality but more about the story. Very grateful for this Award. TG
dimalexa 2 2 Greece
12 Jun 2017 9:26PM
An amazing capture, Tony!

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