Shot with the D3, 200-400 VR. Sequence of 4 shots from lift off. More IF shots later this week.
Thanks Alex.Excellent set. Well done!
Thanks Russ.Incredible !!!!!
Thanks Phil.Great set Mao. Wonderful captures.
Thanks David. Hopefully later this week, took too many pictures this week-end!Beautiful work, Mao! Looking forward to more!
Thanks Virginia. Now get those Harriers ready for this fall! :biggrin:Holy cow, Mao!
These shots are smoking!
Thanks Allan. I don't like bands either but such is life with records of breeding so I leave them in.Great series - I like the first one best - clone out the bands.
Thanks Andreas. You may be right, my monitor might be set one below the highest.Wow! these are great a tad bit dark on my monitor maybe...
Thanks. For the very same reason that everyone knows these guys are banded for record reasons, I do leave them in.Beautiful simply beautiful, keep those images coming.
hate the bands on the bird though... of course not your fault.
Yes Jim, at Niagara Falls. Seems like minimum three, if not four that were bred this year. The juveniles are starting to learn how to hunt now so they'll be gone soon.Niagra Falls Perhaps?
Thanks Louie.An incredible series Mao. The second to your last shot is choice as a favorite.
Thanks bud. Been quite a good summer for us, too busy shooting and no time for socializing!:biggrin:awesome buddy, good to see you again.
Thanks buddy. How's the taxidermist business?:biggrin:Outstanding Series Mao, Super job Buddy!!
Thanks Mike. I'm heading down to Florida for a quick 2 day shoot but unfortunately not your way. Doubt I'll have time given the 3 hours ride each way. But, I'll be back.Nice set of pics Mao. Next time you come visit...bring a few of these falcons with.
Thanks Gilles.Awsome photos.
Thanks. My first introduction to these guys and I've enjoyed just watching them at times.These are hands down the best Falcon shots I have seen.