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Woman Installs A Bird Feeder Camera To Capture Incredible Close-Ups

Published 4 weeks ago

Lisa M. Ca recently moved from Germany to Michigan, USA, which, as you can imagine, is not the most seamless transition. Sure, the weather is pretty similar, but besides that, there were many surprises waiting for Lisa. One of which was the incredible diversity of the bird species not usually seen back in Germany.

To capture those she bought a special camera system, which allowed Lisa to take incredible close-up shots of these feathered beauties: “I wanted to get a little closer and started researching what cameras are out there as a little addition to my DSLR. This is how I found the Bird Photo Booth,” Lisa told MT.

After a huge online success of her photo project, she even started her own Tumblr page just for it, where you can see many more great snaps. (h/t)

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