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    Anhinga banking

    Male anhinga bringing branch to nest. Not often we get them with any green and perfect light. Image from Anhinga Trail, Everglades National Park.

    Commets welcome and much appreciated

    Canon 1Dmk2
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    Manual exp Anhinga banking

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    There seams to be a green cast but I would imagine anything black and shiny in the everglades would have a green cast . This is a beautiful picture of a beautiful bird. Great job Alfred!

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    Thanks James !! ... haven't been around your area for a while but I'm a UT graduate

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    Great shot Alfred. Beautiful colours.

    Those eyes are BIG...
    We don't have them up here so this is my first proper look at one. Thanks.

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    Go Vols!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamn4ex View Post
    go vols!!
    ......................... :d:d

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    Re: Anhinga banking

    Nice capture, were you panning on this shot, it doesn't look like it?

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    Re: Anhinga banking

    Hi John Yes I was panning but had enough shutter speed to make a sharp image, normally I like to have 1/2500 or more if possible. The lens was tripod mounted.

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    Re: Anhinga banking

    Nice image, love the branch showing the Anhinga doing something. A tighter crop than I may have done, but that is a personal choice and not a criticism. I like it. Great website, wonderful images.
    Last edited by jprzybyla; 26th February 2013 at 12:07 PM.

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    Re: Anhinga banking

    Quote Originally Posted by Aforns View Post
    Hi John Yes I was panning but had enough shutter speed to make a sharp image, normally I like to have 1/2500 or more if possible. The lens was tripod mounted.
    Everything balanced out nicely.

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    Re: Anhinga banking

    Definitely a great shot. I love the light!

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