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DIADUCK

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I should have explained when I posted - this is a shore bird, seen on the coast of the Pacific Northwest. Called a "tufted puffin", I found her in the Oregon Coast Aquarium - and she does not look happy....

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CameraLEICA CAMERA AG, V-LUX 1

Focal length66.8 mm

LensLEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT 1:2.8-3.7/7.4-88.8 ASPH

Aperturef/5.6

Exposure ISO 100 - (1/200) at f/5.6

CategoryNature

Date posted2013-08-15

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diaduck - 08-19-13 2:58 PM
Thanks, Jim, and yes, I certainly did use the long end - although she was also behind bars......
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friedeye - 08-15-13 10:31 PM
Great shot, Diane. Hope you were using the long end of the lens.
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diaduck - 08-15-13 4:19 PM
Many thanks, Dan and Gip - Dan, see explanation in notes (a little late) - Gip, I fully suspect he is giving the evil eye - and would much prefer to be out on the ocean, than inside being a subject of photography.
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gip - 08-15-13 2:06 PM
Interesting bird. Looks like he is giving you the evil eye.
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cancan - 08-15-13 12:50 PM
Exactley, what the H is that? :)
Who the H cares ?
Nice work
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diaduck - 08-15-13 12:48 PM
I suspect it bites whatever fish it wants to eat :)) This is a tufted puffin, found off the northwest coast of US, although this poor chap is in the Oregon Coast Aquarium, thus looking somewhat less than happy. Thanks for your usual marvelously good cheer, Charles.
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