Cedar Waxwings

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These guys were two of a flock of about 40 that were roosting in an elm, occasionally flying 10 yards over and down to a large pin cherry tree, munching on the remaining fruit. This is also an example of why it is important for me to learn how to control, on the fly, backlit subject exposure on my new camera so the subjects don’t end up so dark. Still learning.

You sure did capture those brilliant tail tips. I can’t imagine seeing such a large flock of them; what a lovely sight it must have been.

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