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This week’s Monochrome Madness 2 I selected an image from a recent day I spent birding in the Pacific Flyway. The Pacific Flyway is a section of CA. that is part of the Winter migration path used by birds fleeing the cold months in the Winter.
These are Black-necked Stilts, and Long billed Dowagers foraging for food.
I was trying out the Tamron 150-600mm super telephoto lens this week-end for the extra reach which was nice to have, but I won’t be saying much about the lens because I wasn’t able to use it as much as I had hoped. We had rain come in which kept me indoors the following day instead of out photographing birds. I won’t complain too much since we need all the rain we can get. 🙂
I’m really behind reading blog posts, but am catching up ever so slowly.
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Nikon D700| Tamron 150-600mm| Hoodman Digital Film| CS6 & Silver Efex Pro
More to come…
15 thoughts on “Monochrome Madness 2 34/52 Birds”
I really like this one. At first glance I thought it was a sandwich of two different images.
Merci beaucoup Cher Robert! J’adore les Black-necked Stilts. Ils ont tres elegant en mon avis.
I woke up in the middle of the night and saw this picture and had to comment I love it, a wonderful photo!
Thank you so much Lynn! Oddly enough I was wide awake mos the night. I’ll probably conk out by noon and sleep the day away now.
hahaha yes me too!
This is just gorgeous!
Thank you so much Lynn!
I love this!!!!!!
Beautiful :-). Lovely composition. The silveriness of the water is dreamy. And everything looks so delicate, especially the Black-necked Stilts.
Thank you so much Myriam!
Thank you so much Nicci!
I think this is one of your best~just a wonderful composition.
Thank you so much Melissa! Happy Thanksgiving!
Thank you, Deborah, and Happy Thanksgiving to you!