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11-21-2020, 02:57 PM   #34531
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QuoteOriginally posted by Charlie Victor Quote
A set of awesome pictures of colorful birds! You managed the exposure well.
Best.
Thank you Charlie - it took a number of visits and patience seems to have paid off.

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coot ! it's what's for dinner
guntersville lake, alabama
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coot ! it's what's for dinner
guntersville lake, alabama
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Nice eagle images. This one won't go hungry tonight
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White-bellied Sea-eagle, taken few weeks ago with KP + DFA150-450mm.





11-21-2020, 09:51 PM   #34535
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Getting a little bit closer to the Hooded Mergansers. Doing my best to get both birds in focus - even at f/10 the ISO goes way up if the light isn't perfect.







K-3, DA*300mm, DA 1.4x TC
Nice images of the hooded mergansers. Motivates me to try to find some around here. ( Minnesota)
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QuoteOriginally posted by Aaron28 Quote
coot ! it's what's for dinner
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Excellent captures with nice detail and light!
Best.
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Great Bald Eagle shots Aaron!



QuoteOriginally posted by Aaron28 Quote
coot ! it's what's for dinner
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11-22-2020, 02:12 PM - 10 Likes   #34538
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K1, F* 300mm F4.5 @ F9



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QuoteOriginally posted by tduell Quote
Brown Goshawk.
K-3 II, DFA 150-450 handheld. See exif for shot details.

Cheers,
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Very nice catch, especially with the light between the feathers. Well done!
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QuoteOriginally posted by HoutHans Quote
Very nice catch, especially with the light between the feathers. Well done!
Thanks.

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White-bellied Sea-eagle, taken few weeks ago with KP + DFA150-450mm
that's cool!! never seen one or have fergotten....wicked looking raptor!

QuoteOriginally posted by Charlie Victor Quote
Excellent captures with nice detail and light!
Best.
QuoteOriginally posted by kcjonez Quote
Great Bald Eagle shots Aaron!
thanks guys!
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some great blues at guntersville dam, alabama

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Tawny Frogmouth & chick

A pair of Tawny Frogmouths (Podargus Strigoides) nested in park near to my home and I have been waiting for the chick(s) to hatch and pose for me. However, the one chick that resulted has been very shy, spending most of its time over the past 3-4 weeks under mother's wing. It only ventured out during the last few days prior to fledging, but I managed a few shots, notwithstanding the interfering sticks and branches. Frogmouths are a type of nightjar or nighthawk, hunting for insects at night and roosting throughout the day.

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A pair of Tawny Frogmouths (Podargus Strigoides) nested in park near to my home and I have been waiting for the chick(s) to hatch and pose for me
Wonderful set. Those chicks are gorgeous.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RedBoomer Quote
A pair of Tawny Frogmouths (Podargus Strigoides) nested in park near to my home and I have been waiting for the chick(s) to hatch and pose for me. However, the one chick that resulted has been very shy, spending most of its time over the past 3-4 weeks under mother's wing. It only ventured out during the last few days prior to fledging, but I managed a few shots, notwithstanding the interfering sticks and branches. Frogmouths are a type of nightjar or nighthawk, hunting for insects at night and roosting throughout the day.

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I think their mother has lost their hairbrush! Great shots.
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