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I am not a birder per se. However, anyone involved in wild life
photography will sooner or later try to photograph birds. The reason
is simple: wild life photographers are outdoors a lot and one of the most
prolific types of wild life is birds. And I said "try photographing birds"
is because bird photography can be a very frustrating experience.
Birds are difficult photographic subjects because
they are small, constantly moving, and difficult to approach. Being small often means using long
telephoto lenses. Their almost constant motion causes all kinds of
problems and frustrations with framing the image and keeping the image
sharp. But ever once and a while you get a
keeper. Here are some of my keepers. Enjoy!!!
Red Crested Puchard
Waders and Shore Birds
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