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    Osprey

    I USED CANON 5DMK2 AND 400F2.8 WITH 2X CONVERTER, USED A MONOPOD.Osprey

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    They sure are beautiful birds, no question. We've got a mated pair that spend a lot
    of time in the area, but they usually do their fishing upriver from our place.

    One look at those claws and that beak tells me I sure wouldn't want
    to be a fish on his radar..lol

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    Re: Osprey

    Good shot,
    but might I suggest it would have been better posted in the nature/architecture board?
    You'd probably get more/better C&C there...

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    Re: Osprey

    Quote Originally Posted by revi View Post
    Good shot,
    but might I suggest it would have been better posted in the nature/architecture board?
    You'd probably get more/better C&C there...
    True, thread moved

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    Re: Osprey

    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzy View Post
    They sure are beautiful birds, no question. We've got a mated pair that spend a lot
    of time in the area, but they usually do their fishing upriver from our place.

    One look at those claws and that beak tells me I sure wouldn't want
    to be a fish on his radar..lol
    You can say that again.

    Beautiful birds and a thrill to watch in flight especially over water when looking for food.

    But one thing is they are impatient and give up after a maybe 5-10 circuits and move on. When they leave the fish come back up closer to the surface.

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    Re: Osprey

    I appreciate the comments and will try to post to nature/architecture, thank you for the feedback.

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    Re: Osprey

    Very nice!!

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    Re: Osprey

    great shot!

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    Re: Osprey

    Beautiful shot !!!

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