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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.
Too see all this week’s posts in Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2 click here
Nikon D700| Tamron 150-600mm| Hoodman Digital Film| CS6 & Silver Efex Pro
More to come…