straight forward presentation which start with an explanation from where the info has been copied ...how boring Tom ...but in the same time this brilliant photograph is coming to the rescue ...flawlessly! What a flight!!! Tom you have invested in those expensive lenses quite heavily and I wonder why don't you downgrade to the more manageable 300 f/4L since you do not use the current one at f/2.8 !!!Really...I would love to see some of your images at fully opened aperture ... I can do it at f/6.3 as well;)
- Merlin (1713)
- [2012-04-03 10:12]
Love this one - not just for the almost wingtip-to-wingtip DOF (a good reason for not using the full f/2.8 if you don't need it ;-), but for the fortuitous juxtaposition of main subject with the "audience" in the background, which appear to be watching your hoodie coming in for a landing. A very nice scene, thoughtfully cropped.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2012-04-03 10:15]
super good picture with great details and lovely naturel colours
thanks greeting lou
- siggi (52850)
- [2012-04-03 11:21]
What an amazing image of this Vulture in flight. Excellent detail and the quality of the image is just fabulous.Best regards Siggi
- Zeno (10867)
- [2012-04-03 11:42]
Great inflight shot with good sharpness and fine natural colors.
- Belgerdy (7664)
- [2012-04-03 11:44]
Very nice shot of this hoovering vulture
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2012-04-03 19:36]
Excellent shot of the Hooded Vulture, fine POV
and the way it is framed on the image,
excellent focus sharpness details, TFS
- shabsslg (913)
- [2012-04-03 20:00]
Great Pose & Compo. The beak & talons looks menacing. However, the note says it's not an alpha vulture.
- bungbing (7743)
- [2012-04-04 5:57]
An impressive captured of this vulture in-fight, very good sharpness and nice out of focus background,
Thanks for sharing and have a nice afternoon,
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2012-04-04 7:42]
Another impressive scene from Africa Tom! Perfect timing, excellent composition, wonderful colours and great sharpness.