4 Replies to “Euphagus cyanocephalus”

  1. Saw your link on T.O.P., and I am pleasantly surprised at how good your bird photography is. I am just getting my toes wet, and you have set the bar high. Thanks for your comment on T.O.P leading me here!

    1. Thanks Rick! Honestly, after many years of birding, including with digiscoping approaches, the Fuji X-H1 and their 100-400mm lens have become my favorite bird photography combination.

  2. Ha ha, same here, intrigued by your comment on TOP, happily surprised when I followed the link. Beautiful bird pics, congrats.

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