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Tom Kellie

~ @@Peter Connan

 

That Malachite Sunbird !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SWEET !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tom K.

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Peter Connan

Thanks @@Tom Kellie

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Soukous

some neat shots there @@Peter Connan

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Peter Connan

Thanks @@Soukous

 

Some more:

 

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Tom Kellie

~ @@Peter Connan

 

You CRAZY Bird Photographer !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Your latest posts are INCREDIBLE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What species are they? I'm unfamiliar with most South African bird species.

Your skills in capturing Bird-in-Flight (BIF) images are climbing sky-high.

Truly inspiring bird photography — Thank you.

Tom K.

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Peter Connan

Tom, I apologise, I should have put that info in the post and can't edit it now.

 

1) Barn swallow (immature)

2) Little Swift (not too sure about this, the tail seems too wide, but I don't know what else it can be)

3) Ant-eating Chat

4) Malachite Sunbird

 

As for the improvement in my BIF photography, I am afraid it has nothing to do with skill and everything to do with my recent camera upgrade.

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Tom Kellie

Tom, I apologise, I should have put that info in the post and can't edit it now.

 

1) Barn swallow (immature)

2) Little Swift (not too sure about this, the tail seems too wide, but I don't know what else it can be)

3) Ant-eating Chat

4) Malachite Sunbird

 

As for the improvement in my BIF photography, I am afraid it has nothing to do with skill and everything to do with my recent camera upgrade.

 

~ @@Peter Connan

 

Whatever it takes...

The results are stunning, the rate of improvement impressive.

You're setting a high standard!

Thank you so much for those helpful identifications.

Tom K.

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xelas

Tom, I apologise, I should have put that info in the post and can't edit it now.

 

1) Barn swallow (immature)

2) Little Swift (not too sure about this, the tail seems too wide, but I don't know what else it can be)

3) Ant-eating Chat

4) Malachite Sunbird

 

As for the improvement in my BIF photography, I am afraid it has nothing to do with skill and everything to do with my recent camera upgrade.

 

 

 

Well, @@Peter Connan, I am assured that your other photography hobby has a lot to do with your exceptional skill of capturing small & fast flying objects ;) !

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Abena

@@Peter Connan - Those are stunning photos!

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Abena

Wow - all these photos are amazing. Thanks everyone for posting!

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Peter Connan

Thank you @@Abena

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Geoff

Malachite sunbird, Camdeboo National Park (I am particularly proud of this one):

 

 

@@Peter Connan I think this one is much better.

 

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Peter Connan

Thanks @@Geoff

 

Wen I posted the first one, I had not really looked at the later one yet.

 

Whichever one is best, the sunbirds in Camdeboo National Park's campsite where very kind to me.

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Paul T

All taken in South Luangwa NP, November 2015

 

Southern carmine bee-eaters

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Pied Kingfishers

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PeterHG

New here, but why not add a few of our trip to South Africa in October 2014...?

All taken with Canon 7D and Tamron 150-600

 

Greater Blue-eared Starling

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Kori Bustard in flight. An unusual sight and quite impressive.

 

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Black Crake

 

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Lilac-Breasted Roller

 

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Soukous

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Soukous

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Soukous

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michael-ibk

Stunning shots, especially like the Carmine.

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offshorebirder

Wow - incredible run of photos @@Soukous - where were they taken?

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Soukous

Wow - incredible run of photos @@Soukous - where were they taken?

 

A variety of places:

 

Chobe

Selous

Tarangire

Kafue

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Soukous

Black (Verraux's) Eagle

 

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Soukous

Meyer's Parrot

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Grey Heron(s)

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TonyQ

@@Soukous

A stunning collection of photos - really beautiful.

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PeterHG

Excellent photos @@Soukous and an impressive collection!

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