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Some random Birds on Sanibel, FL

Discussion in 'Birds' started by sam821, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. I took my camera out on its first vacation and was able to catch (what I thought were some nice photos of random birds in Sanibel...

    I hope you all enjoy! Comments are definitely welcome! :smile:

    This Heron just sat there and posed for me!
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    Another shot, same bird as above...
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    Some bird (not sure what kind of bird)... cropped a bit using the camera.
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    NIKON D60    ---    50mm    f/10.0    1/4000s    ISO 1600




    Chasing a seagull in flight... I know I'm not a professional, but I tried!
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    This seagull just began to takeoff... I chased him around a bit until I got the photo I wanted!
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    I didnt use any Post Processing, maybe I should have but I haven't learned yet...

    If you are interested in my other set of Sanibel Island Photos check them out here:

    https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?p=1958435#post1958435
     
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  2. bfjr

    bfjr Guest

    I like your perspective/background on the 1st shot :cool: 

    Keep posting and asking questions, everyone here helps
    everyone :wink:

    Mainly Enjoy :biggrin:
     
  3. sjlarue

    sjlarue

    Nov 18, 2007
    OH-IO
    Looks like one good tern that......nah never mind, it looks to me like a juvi/nonbreeding royal tern.
     
  4. Bolts

    Bolts

    May 7, 2007
    Tampa, Florida
    Hey, I took my camera on vacation to Sanibel last weekend, too! Sorry I missed you. We stayed at Captiva at Jensen's Marina.

    Nice heron! And welcome to the Cafe, Jose!
     
  5. Sanibel Island is a fine place to shoot birds. Very nice series here. That tern may be a tad soft though. Keep shooting and posting.
     
  6. Thanks! That Heron made it really easy for me. I was probably 5-10 feet away and he didn't flinch!
     
  7. a tern! I wont forget now... I figured it was a species of gull.




    Thank you for the kind words! I had never been to Sanibel before, its very quiet and beautiful. I will definitely make my way there again! I stayed at the Sanibel Inn on the east side of the island.



    Thank you! The photo of the tern was cropped from a photo showing a group of several tern. I only had my 50mm when I shot this photo, so I couldn't zoom in any more. Perhaps I can PP it and see if it helps. :smile:
     
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