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    Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Still playing..........

    Chickadee  -B&W   on twisted grass

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Steve,
    You took a beautiful photo, but...
    Why not in colour?
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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Nice, Steve. I must say though, I still like the pine branches best.

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Quote Originally Posted by Panama Hat View Post
    Steve,
    You took a beautiful photo, but...
    Why not in colour?
    Cheers,
    Antonio.
    Thanks antonio, just felt like doing a B&W Here is the color version.....................

    Chickadee  -B&W   on twisted grass

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
    Nice, Steve. I must say though, I still like the pine branches best.
    Just trying some different stuff...................you can only take the same photo on a pine limb so many times. Perhaps i need to change the location of the feeder. So far the only thing that shows up , are a few chickadees.

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    I had the same issue in my feeder, then I bought mixed seeds high on the black sunflower seed count. Many more species came. Do you have any of the Chestnut color Chikadee? We have some here but mostly Blackcapped.

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Black oil sunflour seeds should bring 3or4 more species in. Cardinals, grossbeaks, Titmouse,Nuthatchand vireos. The more that come the more that see them come. Love those pics, I am a fan of the color.

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Thanks guys, i've only had it out a couple weeks. Not much showing up yet........................they all go to the neighbors house. I did have a titmouse and a cardinal show up one time. Maybe i'll put up several different types of limbs, so i can get a variety of different shots.

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    Re: Chickadee -B&W on twisted grass

    Nice image with a different perch. Wonders what you will come up with next?

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