- ellis49 (2254)
- [2004-08-28 10:09]
This is great Lesley.
Very good composition, nice colours and very good sharpness.
Good note too.
Very well done.
- petertee (103)
- [2004-08-28 11:15]
Better than being there! Having such a good picture to study shows more detail than the eye could unaided catch from the safe distance the bird would maintain. Lovely lighting and the reflection is a wonderful plus. Good note as well. Thanks Lesley.
- Callie (7555)
- [2004-08-28 11:27]
I still battle to ID waders. This is a VERY nice shot, love the 1 + 1 in focus , OOF compo here. What Head do you use on the tripod? and what flash compensation. On camera or off camera with a sinc cord? This looks like two flash guns, but one sun maybe?
Keep them comming.
- CaptiveLight (969)
- [2004-08-28 11:38]
Excellent image, colour and focus on the first bird are spot on. Reflections are a bonus. Well done
- TAZ (10926)
- [2004-08-28 12:26]
Une belle photo de ces deux oiseaux avec la réflexion. Composition bien pensée, luminosité et couleurs agréables.
Well done !
- carper (8439)
- [2004-08-28 12:59]
Great one Lesley,
Fantastic duo shot, I like the composition, the first one sharp, the other in dof, very good colourds and of course an exelent note, great job.
- elroyie (6439)
- [2004-08-28 14:43]
Great capture with great details and light, the reflection on the water and the fellow that stands behind it contribute a lot to the composition.
- AndyB (3982)
- [2004-08-28 15:53]
Excellent composition and great DoF.
The lighting is excellent also.
Great work,very well done.
- Hanssie (0)
- [2004-08-29 10:30]
Two different birds, but itá like a mirror.
The sharpness of the dunlin (what a nice name...) is super, I like this shot, Lesley !
Very nice Lesley ,I also like your explanation to Callie of your set-up.
it would seem we have the same bird both sides of the pond, though my book says you also call them Red-Backed Sandpiper?