Thank's guy's :-) will be shots like this until i can afford one of those 200-400's would love to do what you guy's are doing with the wildlife images .
Thought you were shooting Glaswegian wild life ! The last one looks pretty wild to me
I think bornshooter is going to have some choice words/phrases for us
Harp Seal, Northern Svalbard
1Dx 200-400f/4, 412mm f/5.6 & 1/640th ISO400
Bornshooter, you will note the subtle, but telling differences between this Youngish Lady, and your own, other than the obvious fact that my Young Lady doesn't have Blue Eyes.
The 200-400 in these instances does have the advantage of your being able to keep your distance, not sure that's the requirement with your own superb Imaging.
In some cultures (some human cultures included) bulk is preferred to skinny. But then elm, you should have looked harder to get a blue eyed lady. Well, green or grey would be fine too.
Here are some recent portraits from the last couple of weeks :-) the girl with the blue eyes her name is Kat i used no photoshop her eyes are really like this i was amazed wonderful work keep them coming !
Nice to hear from you Gary, how are the Eagles ??
I was shooting Vultures in Tanzania a few months back and thought of your Eagle shots, Eagles are prettier.
Gary! You are sorely missed on this thread and in CR in general. Look forward to your posts.