Blackbirds (RWBB & Grackles)

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Lou Buscher, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. 12 photos
    All photos taken with my 500F4 and 1.4 TE off monopod.
    Lou

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  3. Gale

    Gale

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    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Excellent pics:>))
    Love the expressions on 11 and 12
     
  4. Thanks Gale I really like the fact that with IS on 700mm you can shoot off a monopod and take still or flight. I made up my mind about a year ago that I would not buy another glass unless it had stablezation on it. I can and have hand held this combo for short times (I am 76) but prefer the monopod even over a tripod
    Lou
     
  5. midi

    midi Guest

    hahaa, the expression on 12 is great.
     
  6. Hard to shoot birds, aren't they. Excellent captures!
     
  7. Midi great you got a laugh. There fun in the sun
    Lou
     
  8. Hi Alex thank you for the look. I find them pretty easy if I stay out of sight at the swamp area I go to. The ones I set up at the feeder I just shoot from a window blind. They will get a little shakey at the feeder after they hear the shutter click but if their hungry it won't matter they come back.
    Lou
     
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