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House Finch-'When is it going to stop snowing'?
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Feb 24, 2014 18:00:56   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
Snowing heavy at times today, so the birds get close to the bird feeder and don't want to leave.
Distance - 20-25 feet @ 600mm.
Canon 6D - Tamron 150-600mm - 1/320 sec. - f/7.1 - ISO @ 400

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Feb 24, 2014 22:38:03   #
Cattreasure
 
It should stop by July.
Feb 24, 2014 22:48:34   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
Cattreasure wrote:
It should stop by July.


Maybe.
Feb 25, 2014 08:38:12   #
infocus (a regular here)
 
Regis wrote:
Snowing heavy at times today, so the birds get close to the bird feeder and don't want to leave.
Distance - 20-25 feet @ 600mm.


Beautiful image Regis.
:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
Feb 25, 2014 08:38:51   #
angler (a regular here)
 
Excellent shot Regis.
Feb 25, 2014 10:33:45   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
infocus wrote:
Beautiful image Regis.
:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:


Thank you very much, infocus.
 
Feb 25, 2014 10:34:48   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
angler wrote:
Excellent shot Regis.


Thank you very much, Angler. Do you ever get any snow over there?
Feb 25, 2014 10:37:41   #
mndschmidt
 
Poor little thing! he should come visit me in sunny Florida! Very nice!
Feb 25, 2014 11:05:31   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
mndschmidt wrote:
Poor little thing! he should come visit me in sunny Florida! Very nice!


Thank you very much, mndschmidt.
Feb 26, 2014 19:37:40   #
FramerMCB
 
And the excellent images just keep "pouring" from your big "Tammy" mated to that 6D. It seems as though Tamron engineers must have had a 6D in their shop when they were designing this lens!

Stunning sharpness and colors! Beautiful Regis thanks for sharing.
Feb 26, 2014 19:47:12   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
FramerMCB wrote:
And the excellent images just keep "pouring" from your big "Tammy" mated to that 6D. It seems as though Tamron engineers must have had a 6D in their shop when they were designing this lens!

Stunning sharpness and colors! Beautiful Regis thanks for sharing.


Thank you very much, FramerMCB. Well, the critics said the best Canon cameras to bring out the best with the Tamron 150-600mm are the Canon 6D and the Canon 5D Mark 3. When the Nikon version is ready then we will see which of those bring out the best quality in their photos.
Of course the other Canon cameras will do a good job.
 
Feb 26, 2014 20:00:01   #
greymule
 
Regis wrote:
Snowing heavy at times today, so the birds get close to the bird feeder and don't want to leave.
Distance - 20-25 feet @ 600mm.


Nice Regis. Razor and great colors :thumbup: :thumbup:
Feb 26, 2014 21:53:46   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
greymule wrote:
Nice Regis. Razor and great colors :thumbup: :thumbup:


Thank you very much, greymule.
Feb 27, 2014 10:04:53   #
greymule
 
Regis wrote:
Thank you very much, greymule.


:thumbup: :thumbup:
Feb 27, 2014 11:21:08   #
Regis (a regular here)
 
greymule wrote:
:thumbup: :thumbup:


Thanks again, greymule.
 
          
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