Help Disabled Artist Purchase A Lens For Bird Photography

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Struggling Artists Fund - I have found some amazing photography locations for the California Condor, and seabirds nests. I can only afford inexpensive lenses. In order to get exceptional photographs of these birds I require at least a 600mm professional AF-S FX format Nikkor lens. The cost is far beyond my budget, the lens costs $10000.

$50.00

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Small Bird in Tree

I am currently shooting with a Nikkor 1.8g 50mm AF-s FX lens and as you can see from the above photograph I am not able to obtain a tight shot of the small bird perched in the tree from only 15 feet away. The seabirds nesting are about 250 to 300 feet away. Thank you for your time in reading my blog. I have some beautiful landscape stock photos of Oregon, Seattle, Burney Falls, Lake Paddington, Gig Harbor, San Francisco, a Giraffe, a scarlet macaw, a old historic catholic church, and many more are available for purchase on my Alamy.com site.

Giraff-Santa-Barbara-Zoo
Giraff-Santa-Barbara-Zoo
The best Waterfall in California
Burney Falls In Shasta County, California
Stock Photo Fall Foliage In Oregon
Beautiful Fall Colors In Oregon

The photos would look great on Beverly Hills Doctors medical office walls, dentist offices, entertainment lawyers in Beverly Hills, Bel Air or Brentwood. Click the following link to purchase Stock Photos Stock photography by RJ Styles at Alamy. Please help disabled bird photographer RJ Styles photograph the California Condor. Any photography donation would be greatly appreciated. God Bless!
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