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4 minutes ago, MichaelLong said:

I'm pretty sure there's already a subforum like this 

Thanks Michael, appreciate the intervention, but there is a somewhat subtle difference between the two topics - landscape the main subject and birds the main subject.

I am looking forward to some examples of the former - definitely an interest of mine.

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10 hours ago, Jerry Friedman said:

@BigOly, I suggested this topic for landscapes with birds in them, not as the main feature.  Your landscape doesn't have a any birds in it that I can see.  It does have a birder in it, so I called it a birderscape.

here's your correction: @BigOly.

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10 hours ago, RobinHood said:

@stitch58. All three are excellent, tried to pick a favourite and leaning heavily to the second - definitely my kind of photos and something I should get back to.

As someone else said recently sometimes a "like" is not quite enough (we perhaps need a gold star rating).

Thanks very much!! Since I got into birding they tend to be almost exclusively the subject in my pics & I develop tunnel vision. Thankfully mother nature puts stuff in front of us sometimes that reminds us to take in the big picture too.

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