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Discussion in 'Birds' started by hangin tree, Jun 30, 2007.
Looking in from a distant tree.
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That is an Excellent shot Gary
Got light and a light BG and only half the bird but if you'll notice I got the best half!!!! :smile::smile:
Now this is a well executed bird in habitat shot! I love it Gary.
Seeing it got some good points I added the front view also.:smile:
Super Gary. You just know how to catch them don't you...
Cool! Nice catch!
I think I would call it patience
Thank You very Much Phil
Thats another beauty
Nice work Gary. Keep them coming.
I think i'm getting out of the swamps the snakes are really getting active
I think that is about the end of my Kingfishers, I'm getting out of the swamps for a while.
You better get the heck out of the swamp
Pics aren't worth it.
I have seen lakes full of snakes...
I've been thinking about a Osprey series, but they may be overdone. What do you think?
Nice grabs of a very elusive creature. The few times I've tried for a photo of one of these things, the bird was so far away you might've mistaken it for a dead pixel.
:smile::smile: That's Funny
Thanks Keirin Needed a chuckle today
Good captures Gary but I see you keep getting the male so have you looked for a nest? If there is a nest maybe when he gets a fish you can see the way he goes and check the area allong the water edge.
Every thing I see they beat the hell out of and eat it there.
Excellent shots Gary! I think you are right about staying out of the swamps. The first snake I see, I am going in one direction and hopefully he is going in the other LOL. You are a really dedicated photographer, and I think the Osprey is never overdone. Beautiful birds.