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Semi-palmated plovers

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Allan, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. The beach was cold this morning. Several of the spp were there either eating or trying to keep warm. They will be gone soon.

    1. I like this one because everything but the plover is oof
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  2. Very Nicely done Allan
     
  3. Thanks Darrell. I like to show how delicate the small shorebirds look.
     
  4. What a sweet set Allan, really quite nice poses you caught and I very much like the composition of 1 and 3.
     
  5. Allan - All of images are nice but for me the fourth one just knocks it out of the park! The lighting, detail, and color are really exceptional.
     
  6. Very nicely done with a good low perspective. Even stopped down you can get a killer bg. Send them on down here, it was 87 deg. today at the beach.
     
  7. Excellent set, Allan. Can't get any better isolation than in no.1. Great detail in all.
     
  8. 1 for me to
     
  9. Thanks John. That is th eone that shows the most detail in the sand.

    Thanks Bobby. With the 800 and 1.25 tc, 7.1 is wide open. :)  With this combo I do shoot wide open 90% of the time (if not more.)

    I am glad you both like 1. I wasn't sure about what others would think of the cut off leg.
     
  10. Amazing images...beautiful light and rendering of the backgrounds.

    Glenn
     
  11. Stunning images, Allan. #1 and #4 are other-worldly good!
     
  12. Thanks Glenn and Eric
     
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