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Tibetan 6 3 England
11 Dec 2012 4:31PM
I think you need to fill it up Christine, that's why his head is down, not a bad shot through glass! once you fill the feeder things should get more easy, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 4:50PM
In agreement with Leon here...................... Keep on going, nice capture, You could straighten the verticals and crop away the brown twig on the right, that would improve the compSmile Nice dof ChristineGrin
a lovely natural shot well tried keep it up

RuthyJ 12 England
11 Dec 2012 5:07PM
It's great. I try but never get this good a result.
HELANA 8 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 9:43PM
There very clever litle birds Christina,I could wach them all day.
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2012 7:54AM
Brilliant, a very well observed image Christina GrinGrinGrin

Regards Nathan
kazza12 5 2 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2012 5:22PM
great capture they quick little birds SmileSmile
13 Dec 2012 3:24PM
A very nice shot a bird feeder but you supposed to put bird food in not a bird LOL.
Brian65 9 2 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2012 4:20PM
Keep going Christine, they get better when you can get outside, bit cold at the moment.
User_Removed 8 48 1 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2012 7:10PM
Your doing great Christine, Dont let the window put you off, some of my best shots are through my double glazed kitchen window, have a look at the shot of "Goldfinch" in my portfolio, its all down to try try and try again.
Best regards, Alf.
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2023 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2012 7:25PM
Good to see you having another go, Christine.
It depends what you are after, I suppose, but if you could avoid having a bird feeder in your shot, all the better.
Last time, I mentioned honing your camera upon a conveniently placed perch near to the feeder, where the bird will land before going to the feeder.
Also, timing patient and wait for the bird to look up or "pose" nicely for you.
Don't forget stability, too....a tripod or firm base for your camera.

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