WInged Things Series : 2

Uploaded 19 Jan 2012 — 6 favorites
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© Cheryl Andrews
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Photo Info
UploadedJanuary 19, 2012
TakenJanuary 13, 2012
Exposure1/400 sec at f/11
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length300 mm

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Almost missed this Heron it blended so perfectly with its surroundings. Used the telephoto lens fully extended @ 300mm and wrapped one arm around a post while holding the camera body snug against it for a sharper focus. There was no time to set up the tripod ...

5 responses

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (19 Jan 2012):


  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (19 Jan 2012):

    You did a fantastic job, especially with no tripod!! Great thinking on your part, to get this fabulous capture!

  • Cheryl Andrews

    Cheryl Andrews   said (19 Jan 2012):

    Thank you Donald and Susan ... your feedback is very motivating!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (21 Jan 2012):

    Wow, what a capture of this fabulous bird.. I got some shots of a blue heron leaving our pond last summer, but nothing like this!!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (27 Jan 2012):

    Great shot!!! I find it very difficult to shoot birds with a tripod. I am thankful for fast ISOs and shutterspeeds.

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