Mike,mike mac said:These are so far below the level of Franks shots but figured I would post anyway
mike mac said:These are so far below the level of Franks shots but figured I would post anyway
I'm trying to get the courage to post my Caracara shots and you go post these, geez I can't catch a break here. Outetanding work.
We were lucky there was one sitting in "the tree" and along comes a second one and sits right next to him, talk about luckBackdoctor said:Yeah, it's hard to live up to the legend, let alone stand in his shadow. :lol:
I was happy to see one, and you're posting a shot of two! I knew i'd miss the action going to work monday.
FrankFlew said:Mike,mike mac said:These are so far below the level of Franks shots but figured I would post anyway
Give me a *break*.... :lol: These are great shots.... :!: :!:
I'm still in awe of the time we had down there. If I could just get Harris or Harry to adopt me....hmmmmm
DavidDavidM said:Very nice, Mike! Can't believe you actually got two of them together.
The more I see pictures of the Caracara, the more I like the look of the bird. Kinda grows on you after a while, doesn't it?
Be careful, it opens a whole new dorr and wallet for that matter, seriously it si very fun to stalk and capture these birds.PhotoDawg said:I have not been real big on taking pictures of birds. Never really understood why photographers love to take pictures of birds. After looking at all the great bird shots on NikonCafe and some shots from the flew man, I can now understand why.
Slowly entering bird photography,