Brilliant picture! Absolutely first rate.
Thanks he was very cooperative.
Beautiful photo! -Steve
Appreciate the comment!
Wow beautiful shot!
Hope to see some updates on your site soon…
Very nice! Congrats!
I’m getting so many compliments, y’all must think I caught these guys in the wild. Wish I did, they were at a raptor rehabilitation park.
It’s not the difficulty of the shot. It’s the quality you capture. You caught that bird.
I agree, but I think many do not. My preference is to wait until an animal notices me noticing him. It’s a wary time. A few seconds later, if I make no movements, he usually relaxes, but maintains a focus on me. That is when I shoot.The eyes aren’t as dilated and the muscle tone is better. I feel it shows the animal at his best.
Then there are the times when I get the perfect shot and it’s just dumb luck. I claim credit for those too, since I miss so many shots due to bad luck
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