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Author 'Chrisostome' A voir (Id 114646 ) : I'll do what I want to avoid: a presentation too tight. But when you manage a good approach, it does not want to lose what has made the distance to win. Quite fascinating, the jay. But we do not keep it long! And he who commands ... Male or female: difficult to say because there is no dimorphism. But she looked at me probably a representative of the fairer sex? No, this is not possible, because at worst, she (he) could not but notice the shiny side of my objo behind the lens hood.



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EXIF : Brand: Canon | Camera: Canon EOS 30D
Aperture: f/3.5 | Exposure time: 1/1000 s | ISO: 400 | Focal: 195 mm | Metering: Spot (3)
Prog. expo.: Programme créatif (4) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 11/04/2010 09:31:28
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> Petite miette [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 03, 2014
Beautiful shot, for my part I do not find it too tight, the approach makes us a better appreciation of the great details of his plumage and his keen eye, it is true that (he) or (she) gave you in the eye. BRAVO
 
> Monarosa >Reply May 25, 2013
Congratulations and thank you for these beautiful pictures of these beautiful birds which nature gives us as gifts to be admired... Mona Quebec.
 
> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Aug 31, 2011
Superb image of this jay, a bird that is not easy to photograph. : 2:
 
> Fleur Beleu >Reply Jun 28, 2010
Always so beautiful! Thank you very much for all these beauties! Hugs. Blue Flower
 
> Zomrode >Reply Jun 27, 2010
: 3 it's really beautiful, it's beautiful nature is God's creation.
 
> Sarah >Reply Jun 15, 2010
: 6:: 3: Bravo for the person who took this picture! How does he so close the birds fly without it! In there a zoom? Thank you.
 
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jun 15, 2010
 
+: Sarah, I have no hope that my natural seduction attracts jays, was he (she) female! ... I used a lookout installed for 3 years in the middle of a clearing, where the birds are fed and in a site they visit regularly now. That said, Jay is a very suspicious and less noise (or flash of light on the front lens) the fly quickly. Also, I'm about 4 m with a tele 100-400 mm mounted on a housing 30 D which multiplies the focal length by 1, 6. The magnification is that of the 300mm and I complemented by a crop (light). That's the secret. But there are also lucky, because I'm not one of those experts who "rampant" on FEI ...

-:The most difficult is to press the shutter button is foreplay!
 
> Géna >Reply Jun 08, 2010
You were right to frame this as sublime Jay. Thank you, this picture is really well done: 4:: 6:
 
> Sarha >Reply Jun 08, 2010
: 6: This photo is as beautiful as the others, and once again nothing more to say.
 
> Liliane.lucas-de-genville >Reply Jun 06, 2010
3: Picture very clear, very pretty, I know how difficult it is to photograph birds, I never succeed because they notice me now. In my garden I can not even hide behind the window.
 
> Llpg22 >Reply May 06, 2010
Birds that can be seen with pleasure in treasure: their wings are superb. And yes, we have birds home with beautiful colors.
 
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 02, 2010
Excellent photo, very clear and well presented. 3: The blurred background that illuminates this beautiful bird.
 
> Annickhemmer >Reply Apr 29, 2010
He or she ... outside, it looks like he pause ... it must be a male, they have more colors than the females, in general!
 
> Bendulot [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 27, 2010
You have done what a beautiful engagement with a motivating environment, and a beautiful light that allows a beautiful color rendering, I do not know why but it feels that it is the size of a sparrow, a young jays may be? These birds swarm in my home but they are very difficult to take pictures, I hope soon ... : 1:: 3:
 
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 27, 2010
: 1:: 2: I enjoy it as much by the picture absolutely perfect for this bird so difficult to stereotype that all by your comments, friends, and your story, Chris, is moving because I recognize the euphoria that we take when 'with the obligations otherwise we can not help but realize this cherished dream for months (years? ... especially when!), when, near the end, the breath, we say : this is it, this is THE time! Oh la la! That is great! You have my admiration and my joy is indescribable! : 5:: 6:: 3:
 
> Melodine21 >Reply Apr 26, 2010
Really beautiful picture! What I want to succeed as beautiful! Congratulations and thank you for treating us well.
 
> Cmdlove >Reply Apr 26, 2010
I read all the comments and only add more except to say congratulations and to renew our greatest pleasure.
 
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 26, 2010
What's more, if it is a very nice picture perfectly successful. Lacking the patience to build a lookout and wait three years since Mr. Or Mrs. Jay deigns to come to feast on food provided by me regularly, I probably would never have the opportunity to or a stereotype. Too bad, as they say "everything just in time to those who wait."
 
> Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 25, 2010
Please? I confess, too, but I did not want to appear presumptuous, and secondly I know you can get rid of some subjectivity, our children are smarter ... If you do not ask the teacher who has 24 others. The lookout is that I used up the last 3 years, replenished regularly and all species one after another, like lions and wildebeest in d water! I saw him eating sunflower: all species seem to love. The funniest thing is seeing the tits keep the seed between their paws to their shells and begin. But you're used, with all the masterpieces that you watch ...
 
> Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 25, 2010
Fabulous picture of this bird that i keep for several weeks, they are still there, but extrememnt difficult to approach. Tell me, what they give you food for the bait? I already on the lookout for three weeks and if I put traditional seeds, it is the others, as you say that use ... Tell me, the specificity of the bait, I want to try ... Anyway, I stay glued to this approach impeccable, bravo: 1 :: 2:: 3:
 
> Jasmin [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
It is really wonderful what jay and a beautiful posture. Thank you for this wonderful shot.
 
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
WOUAOUH! This photo is amazing! So beautiful, so clear that we will forgive you plan too tight is not so tight that it goes! It also PERFECT! Thank you Chris. ! : 3:: 6:
 
> Tintin.dd [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
An excellent photo is very beautiful, everything is done: 1:. Thank you for sharing this, well done: 3:
 
> Dom. [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
2: It is very beautiful what jay and beautiful clarity. Christostome thank you. : 6:: 3:
 
> Liliedesjardins [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
Very nice photo, very clear and well framed, I think it's a girl because she looks lovely! I have a jay that often nibble some seeds in my garden in Paris and he looks stern and fierce and is a bit bigger! Good weekend!
 
> Isabelle S.B [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
The close up is not annoying. Instead it allows us to admire very closely with Jay pretty colors. The sharpness is perfect, the eye is bright and the jay landed on mossy branch is well exploited. A very nice picture: 3:.
 
> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
A very nice sharp picture and perfectly presented, jay is superb. Congratulations and thank you. 1:
 
> Domi [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
This Jay is superb, very clean, and flawless presentation, pretty taken.
 
> Koba >Reply Apr 24, 2010
Beautiful sharpness is superb! Without further comment, thank you and congratulations ... It looks like it poses. Must live near a grove of tall trees or have to have the chance to admire it?
 
 > Author Chrisostome [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 24, 2010
 
To shoot a jay, it must first there is: a landscape of woodland on the edge of small wood alone. If it remains at the top of the trees because it is the wild bird, no photo! Therefore the bait. Building a lookout, which leaves in place for 2 or 3 years, and bring food, very regularly. He ended up coming after the sparrows which have preceded it. And, surprise: it is able to spend (and lose) one, then many, many mornings when we do not know the patient and we got work in the office. Finally, it is my experience! But there are experts at FEI I'm not.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
Beautiful photo of a very handsome bird, close up does not bother me at all. Bravo for having put in a box. : 3:: 6:
 
> Camin.norbert [G] [P] [C] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
2: Beautiful picture, hard to do (I know!) Like what all proverbs are not fair: "Where there 's Oak, there's no pleasure" But if but when!
 
> Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
Very nice catch: 6:. It is well decorated your observer jay. I am envious because I have not been able both specimens clicher living oaks around my area. They pass, facing a moment and then fled on the wing. Bravo for your photo so lovely and clear. 3:
 
> Stewbal [G] [P] [C] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
What a great attitude! I love this bird ... but it is as you say very fast and too often decides we quickly slip. So, thank you for sharing this moment!
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
: 1: These birds are very difficult to approach and then photographed. On the mossy branch, the 'Jay' (Garrulus glandarius) is a remarkable clarity: bright eyes, beautiful, detailed feathers. The presentation is more beautiful: congratulations and thank you + + Chrisostome. Good weekend. 3:
 
> Musique74 [G] [P] [C] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
I have a real favorite for this photo. Everything seems fine. I love the bird and the trunk that stand perfectly on the background blur. A pleasure for my eyes: BRAVO.
 
> Francine. [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
Hey Chrisostome! A wonder this picture! 6: Your background leaves some lines of retouching: 12: otherwise it is very successful! I love this beautiful harmony of colors, sharpness clearly shows us every little detail of the feathers: 6: Thanks for this beautiful shot! 2:
 
> Chasseur de temps [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 24, 2010
Knowing the extreme distrust of the bird and its ability to detect the slightest sign of danger in the area it covers her watch, as a successful portrait of the sentinel always ready to sound the alarm on the door of the forest attests to the implementation of a luxury precautions and unalterable patience, two qualities essential to achieve this kind of result. Thank you for giving us to see such a photo for me into the exceptional.
 
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