The Sunday BIRD Volume 8, Issue 41 March 31, 2013
Excellent series. Love the kingfisher shots, the 1st one is superb. I have trouble capturing Sacred Kingfishers let alone with prey, very well done.
I'm always envious of great Kingfisher shots. Kingfishers with their incredible eye sight are my birding nemesis Great series.
Nice set Bob. Like the heron in the nest image. Have not seen any killdeer yet this year. It is snowing as I type this so still cold!
Maybe the car should break down more often Dennis Darn good shots and well worth the walk. Fascinating in what you have there in Aussie.
If you ever get a chance to visit Darwin, check out "Fogg Dam", just stunning !!! A birders heaven mate.
All the best Dennis.
Love the variety of birds you have, we tend to miss out on a lot here, so I always love seeing shots like this. Wonderful shots and just love that Robin.
All the best and nicely done.
Thank you for the comments, Danny....Working with Topaz is a lot of fun....
A trio of Birds from today. Each were quite some distance from the camera and are therefore cropped. The woodpecker was way up in the tree, and I could not get anywhere without a branch or twig getting in the way. All were shot with the ZD 50-200 mm lens.
James Diedrick wrote:
Here are a few photos of a Royal Tern bathing and preening at Fort DeSoto County Park--on Christmas Eve 2012. I had rented a Canon 100-400 IS lens to try out, and was pleased to capture this behavior. All shots are hand-held:
Royal Tern--requesting Pianissimo
Very nice wing positions and the last one is a classic All very nicely taken.
|Nowhere by Nanard 92|
from The Illusion of Depth and Distance
|Green Tomato by lim yau tong|
from Growing Fruit