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    Toast for Breakfast??

    It's feeding time!

    Toast for Breakfast??


    Do we get toast for breakfast??!

    Toast for Breakfast??

    hmmmm... too bad

    Toast for Breakfast??

    I did a pleasant discovery today in my backyard and had some fun with it .

    #1 1/160s . f/6.3 . ISO 200 . 125 mm
    #2 1/160s . f/5.6 . ISO 200 . 125 mm
    #3 1/125s . f/5.6 . ISO 200 . 125 mm
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    Re: Toast for Breakfast??

    awwwwwee!!!! i love them!
    baby birds are soooo ugly that they are cute.
    these are amazing.

    =)

    thanks for sharing!

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    Re: Toast for Breakfast??

    Well captured, Jeroen. They are quite colourful too.

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    Re: Toast for Breakfast??

    Very nice! The soft light is doing all the magic How did you get this? The EXIF is a bit confusing me. Looks like you were close to them. However it must have been very bright that made you use such a narrow aperture and low ISO. Are they still alive under that much sunlight? Or you actually used flash without permission in somebody else's nest?

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    Re: Toast for Breakfast??

    Quote Originally Posted by Alis View Post
    Or you actually used flash without permission in somebody else's nest?
    Well, you got me there..

    I used the flash to get some light in the places I want to and to increase sharpness, though I think without the flash the EXIF would look about the same. It was in the afternoon and the sunlight wash harsh. The dense tree made it a bit softer and a little flash did the rest.

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