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Old Nov 16, 2011, 4:17 PM   #1
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Default Heron on the hunt.

Recently spotted a GB heron who was out looking for his lunch. I had some patience and some time, so I waited for him to catch a fish. But obviously I had found a camera-shy bird. He went out of sight into the tall grasses at the edge of the water to catch his fish, so I missed it. Then when the bird did come out of the grass with a fish, he kept his back turned to me until he finished his lunch. I guess he figured he wasn't getting paid and he didn't sign a model release, so there would be no cooperation with the photographer.

E-3, 50-200mm at full 200; f6.3; ISO 800; As usual no PP.

On the hunt

Making sure that the guy holding the camera does not get a good shot:

Okay, now that the fish is no longer visible he decides to turn around

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Old Nov 16, 2011, 6:10 PM   #2
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Ya'no I have grandkids like that!

Nice series Steven, I like the detail you're getting on these shots.
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Old Nov 17, 2011, 10:42 AM   #3
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Nice pictures Steve and very sharp as usual.
I like the first one most.
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Old Nov 17, 2011, 3:38 PM   #4
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Hey Steve

that first ones a pretty cool shot.... right on the money with the exposure and he/shes giving a fine pose.



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Old Nov 17, 2011, 5:49 PM   #5
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Steven, very good shots and he is quite a bit less camera shy than the ones around here. I'm lucky to get within 200 feet of them and they are off. Nice shots although I doubt the fish enjoyed it : )
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Good job especially the first one. It's not easy to nail the exposure on a back-lit subject.

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