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Recent content by jenygard

  1. I'm gonna get you

    I'm gonna get you

    Mute Swan
  2. J

    Announcing the winners of the March, 2007 contest - Monochrome Birds!

    Congratulation Kite, well deserving winner with a classic and well done wader photo!
  3. Swan out of hell

    Swan out of hell

  4. Common Gull

    Common Gull

  5. Peacock on Canada Goldenrod

    Peacock on Canada Goldenrod

  6. J

    Announcing the winners of the May 2006 theme challenge

    Thank you everyone that liked my picture and voted for it, and thank you for many nice comments. Fun to get my second win! Congratulations to BPW and DOC. A very close race for 2nd place! Jenygard
  7. Mute swan with chick

    Mute swan with chick

    Resting in the afternoon sun
  8. Common Guillemot

    Common Guillemot

  9. J

    Announcing the winners of the March 2006 photo competition

    Congratulations Chris, deserved winner with colorful action at the feeder. And thank you all that voted for my picture. jenygard
  10. Nuthatch

    Nuthatch

  11. Greenfinch

    Greenfinch

  12. J

    Digiscoping with Canon EOS10D

    Convertors do their best on prime lenses, but I think still better results with a zoom than any digiscoping outfit. I own a Svarowski ST80HD scope, and have no experience with other scopes. Take a look in the Scopes forum here at Birdforum. Jens.
  13. J

    Digiscoping with Canon EOS10D

    The situation is of course completely different for those that already own a good telescope. By long lense I ment lenses in the range 300 - 400 mm, F-stop 4.0 - 5.6, possibly with extenders 1.4 or 2.0. F. ex. a 400 mm with extender that doubles that give you 800 mm that is about 26 times...
  14. J

    Digiscoping with Canon EOS10D

    Only reason to buy a telescope is to use it for bird watching. You already own a dslr. Use your money to buy a long lense for your camera and you will get far better pictures. I used to digiscope with some sucess, but dropped it as soon as I could afford a dslr and a long lens. You will spare...
  15. European Starling

    European Starling

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