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A Few From Cape May

Discussion in 'Birds' started by EdMac, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. I was at the Nature Conservancy this morning and got a few birds. These were with my 300 mm f2.8, the Nikon TC 1.7 and my D300. Comments welcome as always.:smile:
    Green Heron
    357370187_X84c8-XL.
    Green Heron ( Juvie ?)
    357370281_PtFSS-XL.
    Glossy Ibis
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    Lesser Yellowlegs
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    Swan
    357431145_RSw4i-XL.
     
  2. ArtO

    ArtO

    Jun 14, 2008
    Florida
    Very nice series of images. I like your framing too.
     
  3. Hi Art,
    Thanks for looking and commenting.:smile:
     
  4. willg

    willg

    614
    Nov 22, 2007
    New Jersey, USA
    Very nice Ed. Really like the comp and sharpness on the swan. Man, I have to get my butt down to the Cape soon, its been awhile.
     
  5. Nice series. Looks like Cape May is a decent place for birds. I have to add it to my list.
     
  6. Thanks. Yes you better it is migration time again LOL:biggrin:
     
  7. Hi Rich,
    Thank you. Yes it is, and it is not that far from you. Come on down LOL:biggrin:
     
  8. Great series, you are putting that 300 to some good use.
     
  9. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Oregon
    Nice series....the Green Heron has become a favorite of mine since I captured on displaying....they are so cool....
     
  10. Hi Warren.
    Thanks, I am trying LOL.:biggrin:
     
  11. Hi Jeff,
    Thanks for your comments. They are intersting birds LOL.:smile:
     
  12. Like that 2nd green heron shot.
    Fred
     
  13. Hi Fred,
    Thanks for looking and commenting.:smile:
     
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