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    Waxwings on the nest

    I happen to look up just in time to see moms tail sticking up. The nest was not there a week ago. lol Anyway, I waited a bit and the male returned with food. It was a difficult lighting situation and the focus was fun too!
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    Waxwings on the nest

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    Waxwings on the nest

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    Re: Waxwings on the nest

    Not the best of angles but we have to live with what we cannot control. Nice shots in the conditions.

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    Re: Waxwings on the nest

    Thanks Bobo. I agree, I would have liked a little better angle and less debri in the way but did not want to stress the birds nor destroy any of there cover.

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    Re: Waxwings on the nest

    As Bobo said it looks like you had some tough light conditions to
    shoot in, but you definitely made the best of it. That little one getting
    chow is a good capture in any conditions..

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    Re: Waxwings on the nest

    Agrees with the difficult lighting. Not your best but good shots considering the conditions and subject. Keep shooting Paul.

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