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A pair of cedar waxwings take flight off a branch overlooking a stream in the Alton Baker area of Eugene, Oregon. July 2008.
cedar waxwing, birds, flight, nature, wildlife, oregon
Wow! terrific shot of these beautiful birds- well done!!
Fantastic shot!! :D
Nice action shot.:)
a really clear action shot , wonderful colours and lighting
So that’s what waxwings look like in mid-flight! cool.
I’m a big fan of images that capture birds in flight and this is just exquisite!
Fantastic capture…what lens are you using?
Thank you, Beve. I used a 300mm F4 fixed on a Nikon D300. I probably also had a 1.4 teleconverter attached, not sure on that particular shot.
– Kenneth Haley
poetry in motion ~ love these birds and you’ve shown them in such beautiful form of flight ~ their tail feathers sing!! xx
This is lovely Ken, truly. ~L
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