You think it noticed me? (Four Photographs)
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Cedar Waxwings often fly in large packs; they strip the trees of berries and generally make their presence known. I consider them hard to shoot as their feathers are hard to define (hence waxwing) and their eyes are rather dark unless hit by direct light. Even with the same bird on the same branch, the light changes as leaves are blown around moving them between the sun and the subject. Normally I would not expect to get too many shots of a waxwing, they don’t hang around very long, but even as it looked at me directly it stayed put long enough for me to shoot.