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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Raindog, Dec 8, 2005.
This is the closest that I've ever been to one...
D2H, 200mm, F2, 1/750, ISO200
How did you get so darn close :>))
Excellent detail . Very nice color.
Beautifully done, have to echo Gale's sentiments. Great job!
Very well done Mike. One of my favorite birdies for sure. Excellent detail and good exposure on this one. :smile:
One of the strangest looking birds I've seen around here but still one of my favorites. They're almost like some kind of fairy-tale animal. This is a great close up shot which shows off his ugly face. You really must've been close!! Good job!
A very nice portrait of this bird. Way to go.
These guys would be a lot prettier if you put a bag over their heads. But leave holes for hte eyes, red eyes are cool.
Nice shots. You must have been wearing pink - spoonbill camo.
Nice composition and a very different spoonbill shot.
This is a wonderful capture.
How common is this Spoonbill? The Black-faced Spoonbill that I go to watch in our wetlands every winter is an endangered species with an estimated world population of about 1000.
Pretty common from what I've seen and are fairly plentiful in central Florida.
Thanks Frank for the info.
Every year we are very excited waiting for the migrating Black-faced Spoonbill. We sighted quite a lot last year and the staff told me that almost a quarter of the world's population was in our wetlands reserve.
Mike, fantastic capture! Great details and color!
AWESOME shot!!!Nice portrait,and good eye contact.
That is a great photo of a seriously ugly bird
It looks like a flamingo whose head is melting!
The 200mm is off for service and I feel as if I'm missing a limb at the moment.
Now here's a bird I don't have here and am glad you got such a great shot!!
What a strange yet beautiful (color wise) birdie!! :smile: