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A female Brewer’s Blackbird along the Marina Green Trail in San Francisco.

San Francisco, California

Sony DSC-HX1

My pictures are taken with a Sony DSC-HX1. What you see is pretty much what comes from the memory card, with maybe a touch of rotation and or cropping.
I probably wouldn’t be taking so many pictures if it weren’t for the camera. It has been worth every penny as it has captured some great memories since I got it in 2009.
Feel free to comment on any of the pictures. I’m all for learning how to improve.

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  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 2 years ago

  • Qnita
    Qnitaover 2 years ago

  • Thanks!

    – Barrie Woodward

  • aprilann
    aprilannover 2 years ago

    Congratulations on having your image selected to be featured in the group “The Birds”.

    Great job!
    co-host – April

  • Thanks, April :)

    – Barrie Woodward

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesover 2 years ago

  • fototaker
    fototakerover 2 years ago

    i’ve also seen thees birds but haven’t snapped any. they seem to like you while they scatter quickly when they see me :( sigh

  • I found these to be quite timid. It was the males that always moved on as soon as they saw the lens even vaguely pointing at them. It’s probably the same for me, in this country, you often don’t look twice at what’s in your own back yard, but go somewhere else and even the plain old brewer’s blackbird becomes a target for the lens.

    – Barrie Woodward

  • fototaker
    fototakerover 2 years ago

    very well-said. it is amazing how when it’s right under your nose it’s invisible, but go somewhere else, and it’s sighted right away! great insight but sooo true!

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