Happy Mother’s Day!

Lorikeet Cuddles

Happy Mother’s Day! Enjoy this photo of two Lorikeets at the San Diego Safari Park cuddling!

2 thoughts on “Happy Mother’s Day!

  1. Ev L.

    Thank you very much JJ for the Nikon P600 how to use the bird watching setting. Recently got a P600 – used it almost exclusively on April 2015 birding trip to Portugal. I’m as you said a birder who enjoys taking photos. Had a dslr with me, but it never left the bag after the first day. I knew there was a bid watching setting – but couldn’t find it. I just went thru your very helpful article – I’m going to get some practice using the setting – really looking forward to getting the most out of the P600. If interested you can view the P600 here – you’ll see the Portugual_birds album:
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/113002540520584556708/albums

    You might also be interested in the Point & Shoot Nature Photographer – he just got a Nikon Coolpix P900 – I’m longing for one.

    http://psnp.lightshedder.com/?page_id=391

    Thanks again – looking forward to new blog posts.
    Ev

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    1. I’m glad to hear that my article helped you! I really like my camera and I hope that it works well for you too!

      I’m not sure if I would get something with a 83x zoom because once I get past 50x, my hands shake too much to actually hold the camera and keep the subject in the frame all the time. I actually don’t zoom in all the way and crop the images later. Better to be safe than get a shot of only half a bird! I would think that you would need to travel with a monopod to be able to use the 83x zoom, but maybe it would be worth it. Thanks for the link, I’ll see how he likes it.

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