Norfolk Holiday - Wildlife


Daniel Bridge

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 11:56
Some shots of the wildlife we saw in Norfolk, Great Crested Grebes on the River Ant near Barton Broad, Grey Seals on the beach near Horsey and Turnstones at Salthouse.

Grebe shots were taken from a boat we hired for a few hours.








(Unfortunately taken on 31st March, otherwise it would have been in the fortnightly competition! )
















All with K10D and DA*300mm.

Dan
K-3, a macro lens and a DA*300mm...

paulyrichard

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 12:02
Some of these are nice captures, Dan.
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stevejcoe

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 12:04
A very good set of pictures, super sharp and great detail. I especially like 1, 4,5,6.

Steve

ttk

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 12:18
Lovely set and very sharp, Excellent.
Tel,

fatspider

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 13:41
They're nearly all tremendous shots Dan though I'd chop the top off the selective focus seal shot, I cant decide if that grey seal in the top right needs to be on or off but the water definately needs to go.
The only one thats not up to the rest is the last one, you've clipped the Turnstones tail off.

First one is by far the best of the bunch, it gets a 20 from me.
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scottthehat

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 14:10
lovely shots dan,
just keep snapping,

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CAMERAS = k200d + battery grip.
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LENSES = tamron aspherical DII 18-200mm f3.5/6.3,
nikon 18-200mm afs vr f3.5/5.6 g dx
sigma 150-500mm apo dg hsm os
sigma 170-500mm apo dg
FLASH = samsung sef36pzf flash + more.

jackitec

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 14:29
I'd be more than happy with these

Daniel Bridge

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 18:24
impotentspider wrote:
The only one thats not up to the rest is the last one, you've clipped the Turnstones tail off.

You don't think I know that? Problem was he was only about 5 foot away and they don't stop running about. This was the best for focusing, but not for framing. Perhaps I'll clone in a tail from another pic.

Dan
K-3, a macro lens and a DA*300mm...

philstaff

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 18:31
Nice work love the first shot the lens looks to produce very nice results how do you rate it Daniel.
Ian

fatspider

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 19:10
Daniel Bridge wrote:
impotentspider wrote:
The only one thats not up to the rest is the last one, you've clipped the Turnstones tail off.

You don't think I know that? Problem was he was only about 5 foot away and they don't stop running about. This was the best for focusing, but not for framing. Perhaps I'll clone in a tail from another pic.

Dan

I wouldn't worry about it Dan, the other one is still much better than any of my Turnstone pics and as for my comment I hasten to add that I did miss the smile off the end of the sentance

Do you agree that the water needs taking off the top of the seal pic though
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GivingTree

Link Posted 07/04/2009 - 20:23
The seal pup is cool as a cucumber, striking a very relaxed pose (and my fave). Did you bribe him with a fish?

Great set.
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pschlute

Link Posted 08/04/2009 - 00:09
All of them are terrific, but the first is very special.
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restyles

Link Posted 08/04/2009 - 18:59
Lovely shots Dan, the first one especially. That is a good lens, very sharp.

Richard S

chirpy

Link Posted 08/04/2009 - 22:16
Wonderful photo's. seals1.jpg is easily my favourite.
Jonathan

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TGK

Link Posted 08/04/2009 - 22:35
Really great shots love them all
Tracey
K100D Super,DA 55-300.
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