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    or maybe it was just a blustery day! E-30, ZD70-300











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    Lots a chickadee pics today good ones.. crummy weather here so I can only watch them at the feeders
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    All that shaking should get the chaff out. That's an interesting sequence and done in B & W, to boot! Thanks for showing. ~Ken

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    Very nice series showing the behavior or the little bird! These guys are so hyper and I love that about them!

    Tks for showing.
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    Our yard is full of the little chestnut backed version of the chickadee, cute little fellas flitting about from feeder to feeder.

    Nice sequence of shots, good eye and fast finger to catch that kind of action.

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    Default Re: Chickadee Dance

    Sorry to be late but I wanted to thank everyone for their comment.

    JimUSNY wrote:

    Lots a chickadee pics today Ö..
    Yes! I actually hesitated to add mine as I didnít want the comparison to all the very nice portraits already entered before mine. Thanks for the comment.

    Kmont wrote:

    All that shaking should get the chaff out. That's an interesting sequence and done in B & W, to boot! Ö
    The originals were mostly monochrome already and the chickadee being principally B&W made it easy. I did want a cool B&W. There were a couple technical reasons to present these in B&W which are probably apparent. Thanks for the comment

    Lowa2 wrote:
    Very nice series showing the behavior or the little bird! These guys are so hyper and I love that about them! Ö
    They do move quickly and usually donít stay in place very long. This fellow was an exception. These chickadees tend to be a little more citified, ie will ignore me standing there better, than some of the others, like the cardinals and blue jays. Thanks for the comment.


    Jniklin wrote:

    Ögood eye and fast finger to catch that kind of action. Ö
    I wish I could take more credit but I usually just stand around and wait for them to come to me and perform. Sometimes they actually do. Thanks for the comment

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