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    Default Chaffinches (Fringilla coelebs)

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    Image input equipment model : E-M1X LensModel : OLYMPUS M.300mm F4.0
    Lens focal length : 300 mm
    Exposure mode : Manual exposure
    PhotographicSensitivity : 640
    Exposure bias : 0 EV
    Exposure time : 1/1600 sec
    F number : F5.6

    Looks a little uncomfortable to me but they mated three times!

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    Nice close-up...like the habitat and the interaction of course...
    Dan Kearl

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    Ditto what Dan said. I like the foliage framing. Only wish males eyes less in shadow. TFS

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    Nice behavior captured here. Like all the green. Detail on the birds look pretty good.

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    Nice action, detail, diagonals (wing position). The light is quite pleasing although I might try to lighten up some of the darker plumage on the male belly but only a tad to bring out some of the detail.

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    Well done with the light just soft enough ... I like that the female has raised her wings slightly.

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