Thanks Jim. You're too kind, we're both going to get plenty of chances at this pair I'm sure. Look forward to getting together with you and visiting the site real soon again.Bravo Louie. Those are stunning images. You really naiked them. I hope to have a few good ones but I am sure nothing I have will be as good as these, It was fun to shoot with you guys again.
Hey Mike, thanks. This pair was really interesting to watch last year and for them to turn up again this year, well it's going to be a treat that's for sure. Can't get enough Ospreys can you.Terrific set Louie. Glad your ospreys are back for you to enjoy. That 3rd one and 2nd to last rock. Love 'em. Looking forward to following the action throughout the season.
You guys are a little behind the Floridians. Our local ospreys have already had chicks weeks ago. They are going to be flying soon. I can't wait. I think I've already (after krilling) saved about 1,500 osprey pics from this season. <shakes head>
Keep 'em coming.
Thanks Jim. We're all hoping that we have a really good season with this pair, from the vantage point from which we shoot we should have fun when the chicks do come.Don't these guys have just the greatest wing positions? Looks like quite a small nest site. You should have a good look into it as the eggs develop and hatch.
Thanks Andreas. The 300/f4 is one fine little lens, not at all unhappy with it. I keep in on my D2H mainly for flight shots and it seems to be working out OK so far. Look forward to you next trip down this way.Most excellent! The 300 sure is a great little lens!