Friday, 7 August 2009

Gulls at St Gothians

Well all seems to be very quiet with few blog updates, useless weather (except the last few days) and what seems like no change on the bird/wildlife residents. So not to be out done, I decided to get out and photograph some of the local/ long term residents, even gulls. Long periods of boredom and short periods of action were required to get the images. On the plus side I did get a long distance shot of a king fisher at Hayle although to small for use on here. Hope you enjoy them. As usual when it comes to identities I am a bit of an idiot, even with a guide. So if there are any mistakes just leave a comment and I will correct them. Don't forget for best viewing click on the images to see full size.



Stonechat: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/800 sec, +0.3 stop, ISO 400, St Gothians


Buzzard: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/1250 sec, + stop, ISO 400, St Gothians


Gull: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/4000 sec, +0 stop, ISO 400, St Gothians




Moorhen: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4.5, 1/640 sec, +0 stop, ISO 400, St Gothians







Grey Plover: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/6400 sec, +0.3 stop, ISO 400, Hayle






Common Gull; Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/8000 sec, +1 stop, ISO 400, St Gothians





Swallow: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/3200 sec, +1 stop, ISO 400, St Gothians







SandMartin: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/6400 sec, +0.7 stop, ISO 400, St Gothians




















Cormorant: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f5.6, 1/2500 sec, +0.7 stop, ISO 400, Stithians




















Sedge Warbler: Exif: Canon 1D MK111, 600mm F4 lens, Aperture Priority, f4, 1/1250 sec, +0.7 stop, ISO 400, Stithians

4 comments:

S Taylor said...

Nice Sedge Warbler and Cormorant Bob...

Bobbster said...

Thanks Simon, changed it to Sedge Warbler.

Sam and Lisa said...

Nice photo's Bob, I would check the plover ID

Bobbster said...

Hi Sam, Lisa,

Yep,

Had another look I now think it is a common sandpiper, I will ammend it once someone confirms this for me