BLUE BIRDs

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I went back out this afternoon to shoot Ospreys and Harriers, but there was a stiff East wind blowing right off the ocean and nothing was moving.

I went to the Heron rookery but they were all hunkered down setting on eggs to keep them warm from the cold.

I went to shoot some more swallow pictures...but there were no swallows.

I did however find these beauties as the sun was setting over the hill behind me....



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Dave Watts
Really like #2. good stuff. There is a nest near by based on the bugs they are carrying, did you see where that was?
 
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Re: Bluebird Nest

Dave...

In one of the shots...he was sitting on top of it (post)
 
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tl1000sv

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Jim,

These are superb! I just can't stop staring at them. Excellent as usual.

Brian
 
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jkamphof

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That's some seriously nice shots, the soooo smooth backgrounds really isolates those birds nicely. I surprised the depth of field is so shallow for f/8, it works incredibley well but is this common on such a long telephoto?

Keep posting, I really like what you can do!


Joel.
 
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