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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Backdoctor, May 2, 2005.
These are fantastic great light sharp as can be the first shot of the chick is awesome. You are killing me I haven't even taken a picture in over a week.
Excellent series dont see any problem with the sharpness on that combo. Keep them coming
WOW! Great exposures Harris!
Amzing detail, Harris. Way to go!!
Man, these are great with all that golden light bathing their feathers. Nice sutff! Really enjoyed them.
Holy Cow Harris. These are some of your best shots yet of these guys. If I get down there in four weeks, and you can't shot me some of these, I'm going to slit your, err, I mean my wrists. No, no, I meant yours. 8)
These are really great shots!! I especially like the 2nd and 3rd ones. The lighting really makes thess awesome. We only get Sandhills stopping by for a week or two in the sping and fall here during migration and I've never been able to catch one.
Thanks so much for the wonderful comment. We have them pretty much all year round. If you ever make it down here, I'd do my best to show you some.
I'll do my best to get you to them. Then it's up to you.
Thanks Dawg, are you making it to the shoot here?
thanks Don, the soft golden light is so nice to work with.
beautifully done, great shots, sharp and nailed exposures. LIfe is a wonderful thing!
Wow, these are incredible shots, Harris. These are NG quality in a heart-beat!
Thanks Sandi, I may enter some in a local contest. Have the ability to enter 3 photos. They want 5x7 or 8x10"s. I think bigger prints impact better.
Great shots Harris...you better be careful, with all the time you're spending around these guys, they might imprint on you as their mom :lol:
These are just incredible!! I love the lighting as well as the subjects.
Well, as long as they dont expect me to feed them a worm from my mouth, I guess thats ok.