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  • Some birds from this morning

    Some of the birds from Tygum Park this morning. I need to get out and take some landscapes.

    1. Superb Fairy Wren
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    2. Superb Fairy Wren on the fence. They seem to like the man-made structures over branches and twigs. I would much prefer a natural perch.
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    3. Brown Honeyeater. These are very common here.
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    4. Spotted Dove. Another one that likes the fence
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    Alan W

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  • #2
    Congratulations are in order. Another fine collection. It is unusual for me to like wildlife pictures with manmade objects in them But #2 The Wren in the fence is right up there. Good one and equal favourite with #3.
    Better a full bottle in front of me
    than a full frontal lobotomy.


    • #3
      Thanks Hans
      Alan W

      My Gallery


      • #4
        Agree with Hans, another excellent series Alan, great eye focus. You have Photoshop, so with #2, have a play and replace the fence with a branch.
        I Shoot A Canon

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        "I thought getting OLD would take much longer"


        • Isac
          Isac commented
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          It'd be good to see what you do and compare it to my version

        • wigz
          wigz commented
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          Hmm. I’ll show you mine if you show me yours!!
          I can remove the wire and replace the branch but haven’t been able to fix the shadows on the tail yet.

        • Isac
          Isac commented
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          Start with small selections and use Content Aware Fill. Then use the clone tool to clean it up. This one was a pretty straight forward edit so keep at it and I look forward to the final result.