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    Shorties are around and last count there were five. Being there at the right time when the light is good is pot luck, the answer is perseverance so any time there is light I try to go down to the marsh. This shot is almost directly into the sun shortly before dusk. I did get some images with the light on the owls but then the ISO was too high for my set up. Anyhow I regard this as a start and hope for better!

    Hand held, and a large crop

    Model Name : E-M1X
    Shooting Mode : Manual
    Focal Length : 420.0mm
    Focal Length (35 mm conversion) : 841.0mm
    Shutter : 1/2500 sec
    F.No. : F5.6
    Exposure compensation : 0.0 EV
    ISO Sensitivity : 500
    Direction of image : SW

    LR + PSCC
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    Love how that far wing glows. The backlighting is nice on this one. Hope to see some more.

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    I think this would have worked so much better if the light was behind..Its not doin it for me Jon.

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