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Old 20th May 2015
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Budgies

First outing for my repaired E-M1 with 50-200mm SWD plus EC-14.

1. Bluey


2. Billy Bobbin


Thanks for looking
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Re: Budgies

I never cease to be amazed at how they can disguise themselves as other birds.

Also very impressed with the image quality.

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Re: Budgies

Missed this post two great shots glad repair worked for you.
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Re: Budgies

Nice studies. What spindly legs Robins have
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Re: Budgies

The 50-200 still delivers great quality, in the right hands of course!
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Re: Budgies

I've never seen a blue treecreeper before! Both nice.
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Re: Budgies

Both are lovely. #2 is the better composition, IMHO, but #1 has a more interesting (and less often seen, I suppose) subject.
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Re: Budgies

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I've never seen a blue treecreeper before! Both nice.
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As for tree creepers, there are some nuthatches in that wood too, but they didn't show up on the day...
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