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    Default One last "next time" image from Ecuador...

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    EOS R RF24-105 @105 f4 1/250 ISO 250 manual mode

    Once again a huge crop due to length of lens limitation. This was imaged at a clearing near the start of the trail to the cloud forest, so much more light. Like the hummers, there is a mind-boggling variety of tanagers. I believe this is a female lemon-rumped tanager. Saw many different tanagers in this clearing with clean perches in the 8x binos. I explained to my daughter, to get the same view in an image I would need a 400mm lens. I did notice this popular tangle near water source might allow me to get closer by staying still on ground nearby. Alas, still about a 25% crop and no clear BG. Next time for sure...

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    Nice pose of a pretty bird in habitat (except for the missing feet). Next time for sure.

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    Image qaulity held up for the very large crop. Nice pose on the bird. Stands out nicely against that green.

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