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“Tweet Tweet” Says the Little Bird

I was one lucky chick (pun intended!) when this little bird posed for me for lots and lots of pictures, even moved to branches closer to me. Such a sweet, little bird!

16 thoughts on ““Tweet Tweet” Says the Little Bird”

  1. Who Killed Cock Robin?
    I said the Sparrow , with my Bow and Arrow.
    Did I get that right? 🙂

    These are pretty shots.
    Have I asked before what lens you use, Schelley?

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    1. I don’t think I ever heard that rhyme before, so thank you for sharing! 😀

      For the latest bird shots I’ve posted, I’ve been using my Canon 135mm 2.8 (Soft Focus) lens. I originally purchased this lens for portrait shots, and it sat in my camera bag, untouched, for the last several years. But I finally remembered, and considering we’re going to Costa Rica, I wanted to see if this particular lens would be fast enough and sharp enough for bird shots. I’ve got the Canon 70-200 f4 L, but the last time I used it, the shots were not good. (Might be that it doesn’t have IS.) Now the macro pictures I post, those are usually from my Canon 100mm 2.8 L lens, my FAVORITE LENS EVER. Some other recent pictures, such as Spring’s Embrace, I took with my Canon 24-105 4.0 L lens. I prefer my Tamron 24-75 2.8 macro lens for the bokeh though, it’s so soft and creamy. So as you can see, I’ve got a serious case of lens fever. But each does its own job!

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    1. Yay! I just knew that someone would know the name of these cuties! I moved a standing bird feeder close to one of our trees out front and seems to have done the trick, I see these Chickadees a lot. THANK YOU! 😀

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      1. we’ve hung a couple of hummingbird feeders out on our fruit trees, and the chickadees are the ones to use one of the two feeders almost exclusively LOL..

        we have seen one Anna’s hummingbird in the backyard, but it has only touched the nectar once!

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