Red Wing Blackbird

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Posted by S Roter on Thu, 03/29/18 19:48
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Comments by S Roter on Thu, 03/29/18 19:49

Bufflehead


Comments by S Roter on Thu, 03/29/18 19:49

#2 Bufflehead


Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 03/29/18 20:01

Nice work Steve, especially the OP.


Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Thu, 03/29/18 20:15

I quite like the opening picture in the comment section with the Bufflehead duck appearing to run across the surface of the water as it prepares to take off... a shot of our local water fowls that I've attempted on several occasions to capture but never succeeded quite to how you have done.


Comments by S Roter on Thu, 03/29/18 21:26

Jan : F8 1/3200 1600 iso (auto iso) hope that helps .


Comments by S Roter on Thu, 03/29/18 21:28

Manual setting.


Comments by Jeff Dye on Thu, 03/29/18 21:56

All excellent. Lots of action in the second


Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 03/30/18 08:31

Thank you the setting info Steve.


Comments by S Roter on Fri, 03/30/18 12:23

My pleasure Jan, anytime.


Comments by S Roter on Fri, 03/30/18 12:37

Thanks Paul and Jeff, your comments are always welcome and valued.


Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Fri, 03/30/18 17:45

LOve the Red Wing !! Great shots all around. Hope you did not get
wet.


Comments by S Roter on Fri, 03/30/18 21:31

Thanks Greg. I made it a point not to put myself in jeopardy for a
change.


Comments by Linda Frey on Tue, 04/10/18 12:43

Love these shots. Iíve been watching some crows trying to drive a raven away. They
dive-bomb when it is sitting in a tree, and when in flight. The raven flips over in flight,
claws up, so the crows canít do any damage. Too bad my lens isnít long enough to
catch the action.