Various from Sunday


Blythman

Link Posted 13/05/2014 - 23:26
Was making photos on Sunday. Grateful for any C&C

Out Sunday morning with the K3, DA 300 and new 1.4x TC and came across a couple of deer

On the wrong side of the fence by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Roe Buck and Hind by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Hind at Druridge by Alan Wennington, on Flickr

In the afternoon, I took the K3 to Washington Wetlands
With the 18-135

Bluebells by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Bluebells 2 by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Blubells 3 by Alan Wennington, on Flickr

Some Flamingoes. First with the DA 50-135, remainder with the DA 300

Flamingoes by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Flamingo by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Flamingo ballet by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


You looking at me !!! - Flamingo by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Flamingo scratching an itch by Alan Wennington, on Flickr

Another couple with the DA 300

Grass by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


Mandarin Drake by Alan Wennington, on Flickr

And finally a couple with the DA 300 and the 1.4x

Greylag Goose by Alan Wennington, on Flickr


What's that up there? by Alan Wennington, on Flickr
Alan


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davidstorm

Link Posted 13/05/2014 - 23:30
Looking good as always Alan, the first deer shot is the winner for me. The TC looks to have great IQ, looking forward to mine arriving!

Regards
David
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bjolester

Link Posted 13/05/2014 - 23:33
Wow!! What a superb set!

Regards
Bjørn
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graysummers

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 07:12
Very wonderful set. Enjoyed very much. Thanks for sharing.
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K10D

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 10:51
Excellent work Alan.

I get the impression that your serious about photography.....


Best regards

techno-terminator

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 13:24
Love the humour in Flamingo Ballet well caught
let the education continue

proud owner of a couple of cameras and a few bits and bobs

johnriley

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 15:09
Excellent. We've not been to Washington WWT yet, but it's on the To Do list. You've encouraged me to move it up the list!
Best regards, John

davidtrout

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 15:19
bjolester wrote:
Wow!! What a superb set!

Regards
Bjørn

My very thought. Its a classy set of images Alan. I'm ashamed to admit that I've never been to Washington Wetlands yet I live so close. I didn't know they had flamingos there - that alone might get me heading that way.
David

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simonarron

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 16:13
Great stuff, Alan, as ever. Love the third bluebell shot in particular, but all are terrific.

I finally wilted and ordered a 1.4 TC yesterday, so it's only a matter of time before I'm irretrievably snared by a 12-months-interest-free deal on a DA300...

As for the WWT, I've been a member for several years and can commend the centres I've visited - Arundel, Barnes (London), Slimbridge, Martin Mere and Welney. Washington now added to the must-do list...

geordie01

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 18:03
Nice Alan but not sure about the second shot of the Deer's backside as I am sitting having me tea
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tyronet2000

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 19:20
Top class as usual Alan.
Regards
Stan

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walt

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 22:22
A Lovely set, especially the first 3 of the deer, they have a real 'aww cute' factor.
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Blythman

Link Posted 14/05/2014 - 22:23
Thanks all. Much appreciate you taking the time to give feedback.

Closest I've managed to get to Roe deer. They had found their way into a field and couldn't find the way out. The buck finally managed to jump the fence. But then he jumped back for her. I had to choose my moment, when they were right in front of the hide I was in. Then I rushed out shouting, sending them across to the far side of the field where they found the exit. All ended well

Its the first time I've been to Washington Wetlands and it is quite local. A thoroughly enjoyable afternoon. Just disappointed I missed feeding time for the Asian Otters
Alan


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