Love the soft pale colors and tones. The interaction is great also and I too would like to see a bit more detail in some of those whites. Very nice
Beautiful light and pose. BG works well here also.
This is one of my faves as well because of all the interesting layers to the image. The colors work nicely together as well.
Rick, I love this. Beautiful bg neat design and great detail. I'd like to see the bird a little more off horizontal center.
Great work of the subject, Stuart. You will certainly be using that camera lens combination for a long while.
Hey Bob. Pretty environment and nice detail on the bittern. Nice to get it in the open so well. I 'm thinkin of visiting Jersey for those snowies myself!
Don't know how this image will go over but I do like the originality of the idea. I had only a split second to get the shot and don't even ask me about
Well, this appears an unusual time to observe American Bitterns successfully (not to mention Snowy Owls).
While I posted a
American Black Oystercatcher (Haematopusbachmani)
Pacific Grove, California, United States - June
50D, 500 f4 +1.4, 1/400 sec; f/11;
There is no question that the 1DX is a better camera for action and BIF compared to the 5D3, it is almost 3X more expensive. AF
ID mark IV
300mm + 1.4
Fun shooting these guys.
This image was created on November 25, 2013, our snow day at Bosque with the hand held Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens, the Canon 1.4x EF Extender
nikon d 800
My favorite Female duck, they always look demure…..
1/4000, f7.1, 600mm, iso 640, D800, HH
I'm not sure if anyone else would be interested in this, but I'd be interested to see how people carry their gear.
Another from the Ghost town in Terlingua, TX from this October.
Canon 5D MK2, 17-40L @ 40mm, f/16. HDR
The building is a mansion that belonged
This pair of Gannets was sitting atop one of the observation deck roofs on St. Bonaventure Island last June. It's a wonderful spot for birds in flight.