Crowned crane

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UploadedAugust 29, 2008
TakenAugust 10, 2008
MakeFujifilm
ModelFinePix S5Pro
Exposure1/570 sec at f/10
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length270 mm
ISO800
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It rained on my third visit to the Jurong Bird Park.

When the rained stopped, I was rewarded with images like this, of a crowned crane preening itself.

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  • Chris Yeong

    Chris Yeong said (30 Aug 2008):

    Beautiful shots..I will like to visit this Jurong Bird Park.

  • Richard Seah

    Richard Seah said (30 Aug 2008):

    Actually, on our first shooting trip we did meet one photographer from Dubai - who was the official photographer for Santana concert there - who saw pixs of the Bird Park and told himself that he "must" visit the place.
    And there he was with his Canon 5D and big lens, except that even in a bird park situation, 200 mm is not quite long enough.
    I use a 75-300 zoom, which translates to maximum focal length of 450 mm. Barely enough. My friend who owns a Canon 5D uses the lower-end 40D instead, to turn his 100-400 lens to max 640mm,

  • Tammy Espino

    Tammy Espino gave props (31 Aug 2008):

    Fantastic capture, I saw these guys at the Oakland zoo! :)

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