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roadcykler

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  • Birthday 04/06/1962

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  1. I think this is a Pacific Wren based on the tail, but am not positive at all.
  2. This isn't a very good picture, but I hadn't seen one of these prior to this so I went with it anyway.
  3. IMO, no it doesn't. You're only altering for brightness or maybe contrast. If you made the head redder or greened up the foliage that would be different. As a decidedly non-professional photographer, some of my pictures don't look that great out of the camera so I too adjust the lighting via Elements. Besides, it's not like you're submitting it to some contest. Keep doing what you're doing.
  4. It's been a while since I've been on here and I don't know why. This is a TriColor Heron (I'm pretty sure) and it was new to me.
  5. I've come to the conclusion that larger birds such as this Sandhill Crane, Ravens, and raptors must be important birds because they often have smaller birds "escorting" them.
  6. Kind of interesting that in most of nature, it's the males that are the more brightly colored but not with humans.
  7. How do you determine that's a Red Tail Hawk?
  8. I'm not positive, and I apologize for the shadiness, but I think this is a female Bullock's Oriole.
  9. Pretty overcast but I wanted to try out the new lens. I believe a Gadwall and a Song Sparrow.
  10. Can't tell by that picture how dark it was. Very nice.
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