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    blue jay

    f4 1/160 70/200 at 200mm iso 400blue jay

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    Re: blue jay

    Wow!

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    Re: blue jay

    Nice capture - being framed by the twigs really adds something. Are you sure about the ID? I think it might be a Steller's Jay.

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    Re: blue jay

    yep nice capture and it is indeed a Stellars Jay

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    Re: blue jay

    thank you for the correct name i did not know there was a difference.

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    Re: blue jay

    Nice capture indeed. As to the differences should you be curious

    Blue Jay http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Blue_Jay/id/ac

    Stellars Jay http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Stellers_Jay/id/ac

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    Re: blue jay

    The beautiful colour of the bird contrasts nicely with the b/g.

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    Re: blue jay

    Nice shot jack. A touch less saturation and some small scale contrast(Unsharpmask......high radius and small amount>>>>eg. rad. 5 and amount of 0.30) to the bird would help, i think.

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