The suet feeder of interest here is close to a window, and I figured I'd remove the screen, clean the window, and try my hand sitting on the sofa inside using my bahama mama zoom lens on a monopod (my robust tripod has a broken leg at the moment). Shooting through glass has it's own issues, but I was shooting at an angle which helped kill some reflection problems.
And patience. You can't forget the patience needed to do this...these pics came from a 3-hour stretch one day late last week.
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Pretty much the sound it makes. And speaking of one of my favorite birds is a pic of one of my keeper flutes, a closed-end Mahogany in A#, holed in a Mode 4 minor pentatonic fingering pattern (hardly enlarges so don't bother...old pic from 2004). I realize that brief explanation left you going 'huh?' but I'll explain in a blog soon...maybe I'll even make a video to explain it in person with sound added...hmmmm.....:
Always good to get back in the saddle for a limited run to make sure I remember how to ride...or at least fake it!