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  1. Greetings from Spain, As much as I looked for, I didn't find a thread/forum for introductions, sorry if I missed it somehow. Been reading the site for a while now, however, I never dared to share a pic to the forum... I'm an amateur that after years of shooting randomly, found out that birding was an exciting and challenging discipline, the one that really motivated me to target something more specific and got me looking up to the skies more than ever... So here I go, with a Kingfisher shot from my portable hide using a tripod and a gimbal, supporting the D5 attached to the Sigmonster: MRC_5556 (2) Kingfisher by Marcelo Cinicola, en Flickr Exif are shown in Flickr, let me know if I should include those on the original message please? Thanks for watching! KRgds, Marcelo
  2. From the album: Patrick Benade

    This is one of those "keep trying" birds that never seem to come close enough for a decent shot. They are only 14cm high and move pretty fast, so I was really fortunate to have this one settle close and long enough for a change.

    © Patrick Benade

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