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gjtoth Apr 15, 2011 4:29 PM

Mourning rest
 
http://toths.us/Piwigo/galleries/Bir...filtered_1.JPG

Greg Chappell Apr 15, 2011 4:51 PM

Is he mourning, or is it morning? :lachen001:.

Sorry.....just had to ask!

Steven R Apr 15, 2011 9:45 PM

Nice capture Gary. The red feet contrast nicely with the feathers.

Where is the sunlight?
Is it still cool there? Looks like the feathers are fluffed out because he is cold.

gjtoth Apr 15, 2011 9:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Steven R (Post 1218736)
Nice capture Gary. The red feet contrast nicely with the feathers.

Where is the sunlight?
Is it still cool there? Looks like the feathers are fluffed out because he is cold.

Thanks, Steve. You're spot on. It's a bit brisk and raining off/on. Cooler temps and rain/drizzle tomorrow as we go out onto the tarmac to view the military planes that are in town for the air show and fireworks. My "adopted son", Charlie, flies C-130s and will be taking us around. If the weather is nasty, the E-620 stays home and I'll take the HS-20.

Steven R Apr 15, 2011 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by gjtoth (Post 1218741)
Thanks, Steve. You're spot on. It's a bit brisk and raining off/on. Cooler temps and rain/drizzle tomorrow as we go out onto the tarmac to view the military planes that are in town for the air show and fireworks. My "adopted son", Charlie flies C-130s and will be taking us around. If the weather is nasty, the E-620 stays home and I'll take the HS-20.


That is a great opportunity; will look forward to seeing your shots from that.


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