Sunday, 5 July 2009

Stiths On Sunday

Hi,

A productive day at Stithians. I started off in the main hide where a Gull was eating what looked like a rather large trout for lunch. Checked on the young Buzzard can't believe he hasn't fledged yet. The young GC grebe is a quick learner tucking into fish already. A Black Headed gull and Swallow also feature today. More images from today can be seen here http://groups.yahoo.com/group/stithians_wildlife/



Buzzard: Exif: Canon 1 D mk11, 600mm lens with 1.4x converter (840mm), Aperture Priority, F5.6, 1/320 sec, ISO 400, + 0.7 stop



GC Grebe: Exif: Canon 1 D mk11, 600mm lens with 1.4x converter (840mm), Aperture Priority, F6.3, 1/2000 sec, ISO 400, +/- 0 stop

Black Headed Gull: Exif: Canon 1 D mk11, 600mm lens with 1.4x converter (840mm), Aperture Priority, F6.3, 1/1600 sec, ISO 400, + 0.3 stop


Gull with trout? Exif: Canon 1 D mk11, 600mm lens with 1.4x converter (840mm), Aperture Priority, F5.6, 1/2500 sec, ISO 400, +/- 0 stop




Swallow: Exif: Canon 1 D mk11, 600mm lens with 1.4x converter (840mm), Aperture Priority, F5.6, 1/1600 sec, ISO 400, + 0.7 stop


1 comment:

S Taylor said...

That was a huge Trout was that Bob. I remember a few months ago i was in the same hide with Brian Mcgeough, he photographed a Cormorant with a Trout so big it couldnt swallow it. It had to eat it bit by bit... See you soon mate.