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Yellow-crowned Night Heron visits the OC for the fine-dining locally.
Wow! Great timing! I bet that bite hurt the bird. Were you already on to the bird or did its scream alert you?
Just dumb luck that I caught the epic struggle from beginning to end, 3-4 minutes. That photo showed the turning point after the bird escaped from the crab's claws and
got enough leverage to chomp the crab into 2 pieces. Here's the Victor with the spoils.
Wow! That is something! You must have shot a pile of photos.
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Just dumb luck that I caught the epic struggle from beginning to end, 3-4 minutes. That photo showed the turning point after the bird escaped from the crab's claws andYellow-crowned Night Heron visits the OC for the fine-dining locally.Wow! Great timing! I bet that bite hurt the bird. Were you already on to the bird or did its scream alert you?
LSV - I didn't think we had any Yellow Crowned Night Herons here - though I did note you mention "rare". According to whatbird.com this bird doesn't in southern Cal. http://identify.whatbird.com/obj/53/_/Yellow-crowned_Night-Heron.aspx. Was there any mention as to what the Yellow heron was doing in this part? Fascinating and good eye !
rpt, thanks. I used a 60D and EF 100-400mm, Aperture priority f/8.0, 400mm, 1/500s, ISO auto 200. I still only shoot in Jpeg, a little embarassing, but I'm a beginner and too lazy to deal with RAW.Thanks. While I was shooting with my 300D, I only shot JPEG. Since I got the 5D3, I switched to RAW. I can tell you it is a big difference in the edit. Try it. If you are skeptical, shoot RAW+JPEG. I am sure you will like the flexibility. Oh, and get Adobe LR 4.2 if you don't already have it. The second shot is great too. How far we're you from the bird?
Here's another one, heavily cropped, same settings except ISO 320.