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Thread: Badger,badger,badger,badger

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    Well look who came just as dusk was falling this evening -never seen him in quite such light before so had to try and take his photo

    Beautiful little visitor, he is only a cub and is only slightly bigger than our cat , who was sat the other side of the double glazing growling like mad

    Now these aren't supposed to be 'incredible wildlife photos' as there was virtually no light and I couldn't use a flash I used the 1.8 50mm prime with the iso cranked up as high as it could go and most shots are at between 1.8 and 2.8 just to get enough light in

    Beautiful isn't he :D





    Claws in focus on this one - you can see why he digs up the lawn



    And finally a very noisy photo through bird mess encrusted double glazing but a picture I will treasure for years :D


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    Oh bless him! Does he visit often Chris? I'd love to see a picture of your growling cat!





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    Truly superb :) Love them

    (did I mention the 5dMKII has superb high ISO ;)
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    oh wow thats fab :)

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    Oh thank goodness thought Dawn was singing that song again! Great photos Chris















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    Awwwwwwww I love badgers - great photos!






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    Simply wonderful!!!!




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    We have seen as many as 5 at once but this year we have only seen 2 - they visit every night and we put down peanuts for them :) - never managed to get more than a blurr before

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 205636
    (did I mention the 5dMKII has superb high ISO ;)
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    I wish we had such wild life in our garden Although I'm glad we don't (cos of the torts) That last shot is superb!
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