Full House

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© Kristina Krause
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Photo Info
UploadedDecember 24, 2012
TakenDecember 24, 2012
ModelCanon EOS REBEL T2i
Exposure1/1600 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length210 mm

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On a rainy Christmas Eve, Happy Holidays everyone!

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  • Hilda Cox

    Hilda Cox gave props (24 Dec 2012):


  • Kristina Krause

    Kristina Krause   said (24 Dec 2012):

    Thanks Hilda! All five of my feeders look like this today.....it's cold and rainy and they're all jockeying for position to get breakfast.

  • Lynn E. Harvey

    Lynn E. Harvey gave props (24 Dec 2012):

    I am blown away by this...I have 2 feeders in the Summer and this yr. maybe had 1 every other day, looks like they are all at your house! Happy Holiday. L

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (24 Dec 2012):

    excellent capture

  • Andrea Silies

    Andrea Silies gave props (26 Dec 2012):

    Nice capture - mine are too territorial to do this - the dominant one chases all the others off - do you remember when this picture was taken?

  • Kristina Krause

    Kristina Krause   said (26 Dec 2012):

    Hi Andrea. This shot was taken a few days ago. And I do have one or two birds who try to chase all the others off. However, when the mob shows up, he can't possibly chase every last bird away. When I say "mob" I mean there can be 20+ birds that show up at one time.


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