Hovering (For angrybone)
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|The ISO was set at 400 and I didn't use a tripod. I should've increased the shutter speed, but didn't worry to much about it because I like the action of the wings.|
In this case, once more, I did very little except crop, unsharp, and add a bit of contrast.
Also, for those of you kind enough to stop by, I'm not ignoring you. My life is so hectic that I'm trying to get it centered. I have to have some sort of activity that I find normal to do every day and for me, that means uploading, regardless of my subjects.
When I'm not so emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally depleted, I will critique again. My apologies to all for my seeming invisible these days. It has nothing to do with Treknature, but instead a personal issue that consumes almost every waking moment.
Knowing I set up some sort of ritual each day to give me a semblence of normalcy helps somewhat. :-)
Enjoy your day.
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A nice capture and a nice gift to a beautiful lady who shown us many attractive shots of this bird.
- [2008-08-22 19:59]
Another beauty Kathy,
This is a pose that isn't posted often, a straight heads on shot. Reminds me of a plane getting ready to land.
Don't be too concerned about your subject, all your images are different in some way. Your doing what you love to do and sharing with others who have that same love (photography and nature). TFS.