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lonestranger

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  1. Look buddy, as impressive as your display is, it might work better if you tried it on the females, I'm not interested.
  2. Old shot of a Mourning Dove waving at the camera.
  3. If I can just get my beak in far enough I'll look like a different species and really confuse those birders.
  4. Shouldn't we have raised the landing gear by now? I'm pretty sure the Blue Angels don't fly this high with their landing gear down.
  5. Yeah, the image quality can take a severe hit when uploading directly to Whatbird, size limits can compress the image and quite often ruin the photo. Posting from third party sites, like Flickr, doesn't compress the image because it's hosted elsewhere. While there is no link showing in the method that I use, clicking on my photo will take you directly to the photo on Flickr. Sorry I couldn't help more.
  6. Hmm, when I click the share tab after clicking the share icon, I get a link like this, minus the quotes "..."https://flic.kr/p/xpQ7gB" ...and it shows in the post as an image, not a link. I'm not sure why your link is different than mine or why it doesn't show in your post.
  7. When you have the image open in Flickr click on the share icon to the lower right of the image. A window opens up with three tabs, click the Share tab and then copy and paste the link directly into your post here. You don't need to use the Embed or BBCode tabs, just copy the Share link and paste it in your message. Hope that helps.
  8. "Someone" doesn't know what they're talking about. If gulls were the only ones pooping on cars, the car washes would lose a lot of business.
  9. Clicking the photo took me to the Flickr link where I could see that it's labeled as Ferruginous Pygmy Owl.
  10. I don't think the Bankers up here are licensed to do that. 😄
  11. Hey guys, it's another birder with a camera. Take cover quick before he can focus on the rest of you.
  12. I'm not sure what name to use, @Charlie Spencer, but I'm considering using a fire extinguisher as a profile pic thinking I might need the protection. *ducks for cover behind the fire extinguisher* 😜 On a serious note, Happiest of Birthday Wishes, @Aveschapines. 🙂
  13. Be careful with @Aveschapines candles, @Seanbirds, with that many candles you don't want the overworked firefighters thinking that there's another wildfire starting up. *ducks for cover*
  14. The Great Blue Heron's dancing skills weren't enough to keep the audience interested in remaining for the entire performance.
  15. I think you are seeing the wire part of the fence, @FlowerShooter, not a part of the bird.
  16. That bird looks an awful lot like cut pieces of wood to me. The strips are too long for any feathers, aren't they? Never mind, what I thought was cuts in a piece of wood are actually branches in front of the bird? Pay no attention to me.
  17. That's a good question, I don't see a bird in the picture myself. If someone does see a bird, could they orient it for the rest of us so we know where the head and tail is in the image.
  18. Two advantages I see in favour of the Tamron 100-400, it's lighter and it has the closer minimum focus distance. I don't think that would be enough to make me choose the much shorter lens though. If you're looking for a birding lens, longer is typically better, all things being equal. The 100-400 is not any faster/brighter than the 150-600, both having F/6.3 aperture at max zoom. If I was spending your money and had to chose between these two lenses for the purpose of birding, I would buy the 150-600 for the longer reach.
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