Moorhen with 7D :D
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Firstly I apologize to everyone about my absence and lack of critiques, I am in my last year of GCSE'S and everything is very busy. I hope to get in when I can and add my comments to your photos.
Secondly, I got a new camera, Canon 7D, this weekend for my birthday and immediately wanted to get some pictures. I went out to the Spinnies (Aber Ogwen), one of my favourite nature reserves and it was full of life. There were ducks, tits, finches, a nuthatch and the elusive kingfisher made an appearance, finally, although I got no photo of that :(. All in all a very good weekend then :).
This is one of the photos I got of a moorhen while playing about with all the settings on the 7D, those of you with one should know what I mean :).
Thanks for looking and I appreciate all comments.
Canon Eos 7D with sigma 150-500mm lens.
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Hope you'll be doing fine. Yes, long time, no see. I am so glad to catch you here. I was missing from this site too and have not yet returned comments to comments after my come back but friends do come and watch and this means a lot. Congratulations for celebrating a brand new birthday and also for the gift of a fine, fine camera. Don't leave it anywhere unattended and if it goes missing, there should be no doubt who took it away.
Now the photo, what a fine shot of this wonderful, familiar waterfowl. It is a fine first effort and I appreciate it. Thanks a lot for sharing this and yes, good luck with your studies....take care...warmest regards/Abid
Ahhh.. Hi Sion.. lovely post taken with your new toy MF!
Hope you could make more awesome ones in future! Well done MF!
Have a nice night!
Ps. Soory OOP MF:(
- [2010-10-03 11:42]
Hi Sion. I to have not been around much so its good to see you. Thanks for you comments on my picture. and congrats on a new 7D. I look foward to seeing some more pictures when you can get out. This is a fine start with the Moorhen with its wings wide open. TFS.