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Old May 12, 2008, 11:39 AM   #1
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Hello All,

I had the opportunity today to photograph Black Terns. These birds fly 4000 km to breed here in te Netherlands, and they are black/grey in the breeding period (arround 3 a 4 weeks). Later on they will turn back to white.



And these birds are so quick I am lucky to have these keepers :-)





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Old May 12, 2008, 11:48 AM   #2
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hele mooie foto's hoor. which camera/ lens do you use?
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Old May 12, 2008, 1:50 PM   #3
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I just bow till my forehead hits the ground and say: Thanks for sharing!

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Magnificent is but an understatement.



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ToXiQ wrote:
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Hello All,

I had the opportunity today to photograph Black Terns. These birds fly 4000 km to breed here in te Netherlands, and they are black/grey in the breeding period (arround 3 a 4 weeks). Later on they will turn back to white.



And these birds are so quick I am lucky to have these keepers :-)





thanks for looking.

regards Walter
Walter ,

Great shots and part the 2nd one. Looks like the compression is off a bit in your web site. That is easily fixable. That does not diminish its wow factor though. Could it be my monitor?

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As always, your bird pictures are unbelievably good. I'd love to be able to take one half as good as yours always are!
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Old May 13, 2008, 12:57 AM   #7
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Walter ,

Great shots and part the 2nd one. Looks like the compression is off a bit in your web site. That is easily fixable. That does not diminish its wow factor though. Could it be my monitor?

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Daniel,



hmmm you are complete right about it I will put tonight a new one online. I am sitting to much behind my screen :-)

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