« on: June 02, 2014, 09:05:51 AM »
Thanks for the links Mr Surapon.
Here my first post: shot with a 60D and a 70-200 2.8 IS
Shot in Colcha Canyon in Peru in 2012.
Playing the blues in Chicago.
This is my first post here, but I do love this site. Great information and above all, encouragement. I play tennis weekly at a buddy's 50 acre avocado ranch in Cayucos, California. There is a large Gummy tree which is home to Red-tailed hawks and Kingbirds. The Kingbirds seem to harrass the flying adults constantly, but leave the fledglings alone. These shots were taken with a Canon 6D and EF 100-400mmL lens.
Thanks for sharing any thoughts with me.
1. Male Wilson's Phalarope (I think)
2. Female Wilson's Phalarope (I know)
The female was spinning about on the water to stir up insects and insect larvae.
One from this morning:
EF 50 1.4 USM @ f/2, 1/1000 sec, ISO 200:
Blue Wren, West Australia.
7D, 70-200 F2.8 II +2.0X, iso 1000, F9, 1/250
I just love these birds, they have so much fun and they live in "families", mostly they group at seven to eight birds
1DX, 70-200 F2.8 II, 1.4X, iso 100, F8, 1/250 plus EX-600 flash with Better Beamer