Post by Lydia Robledo on Mar 14, 2008 15:04:34 GMT
Love that "bad hair day" Manny.
Martin... I stopped...yep Ka Romy, my heart did, too, a bit. To me, the photo of the bird with the Danaid butterfly is one that " paints a thousand words". Nuts like me took note of the species, the place and date you captured the photo. This bird is not actually feeding on it. It can't. The Danaide is a bad tasting butterfly, ye "pweh!" It took fancy on the poor flitter-nothing else to do. perhaps.
Aphine, wrong subject. Go macro. Shoot butterflies.
Like the frame that you have there Rey. Nice. I like amll forest birds, But this water fowl is so nicely set.
Btw, 300mm is short lens??? You must be joking. I don't see any challenge. Someone took a full frame shot of the IBKF in perubukid's place using 200mm. But wait till you see my 105mm f2.8 sunbird shots. Though the sunbirds tell me "Back off!" (OBS not FG. "A-hi-hi")
Canon 40D 300mm F4L IS
Lydia C. Robledo Philippine Butterfly Habitat Conservation Society, Inc. www.philippinebutterflies.com Love a caterpillar, save a butterfly. Protect the habitat.
The earth is the Lord's and everything that is in it. Psalms 24:1
wow Reyno, amazing! I've seen a few Purple Heron get spooked as I drove by the fields of Candaba. Seeing one burst out right beside you can make you reel back for a split second. The next split second I'm vainly trying to both stop the car and whip out the camera. Obviously to no avail. I'd love to visit Reynoland one day!
As I told Tina, the winter and spring months are the best time to come to my neck of the woods for bird photography. If you ever come and visit the Sunshine State, lemme know and we'll schedule a photoshoot, much like what Gil & I did back in December.
Post by Lydia Robledo on Mar 17, 2008 19:49:27 GMT
Camera: Canon EOS 20D - Exposure: 0.02 sec (1/50) Focal Length: 105 mm f2.8 ISO Speed: 100 Date and Time: 2008:03:15 16:30:10 My garden Host Computer: Mac OS X 10.4.9 Exposure Program: Shutter priority Date and Time (Original): 2008:03:15 08:58:50