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    Hi all,

    Here's a Fieldfare taken last weekend. The end of autumn is slowly moving into winter in the central parts of Sweden and yesterday we had our first snowfall for the season. Around this time thrushes and waxwings start to gather in large flocks and move south. I was lucky enough to intersect as gigantic flock of Fieldfares and Redwings as they moved through a area of berry trees. many birds dropped to the ground and started feeding for worms and fallen berries. Here's one of many shots from that session. All comments welcome!

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    Beautiful, can't get near these feisty birds here, nice to see one close.
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    Really nice depiction of this thrush! The fall colors are the perfect touch. Low angle and curious head tilt are really nice. Perfect composition as well.

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    Looking real good...Love the pose you captured and the Autumn colours throughout the image. These guys have now arrived in Scotland along with Redwing and Waxwing. Just need some nice weather now..

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    Low angle is right on as is the fall color. Looks like a wood thursh you would see overhere. Framing is nice as well.

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    Beautiful low-angle image in an autumn setting! Nice to see the one foot up higher to add interest. Highly appealing!

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