Birds in Flight

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  1. EasternSierra

    EasternSierra TPF Noob!

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    Took my lunch to the park again today. My focus today was trying to catch birds in flight. There is a hawk that lives in the park. It is either a Sharpshin or a Cooper's. I don't know. My raptor identification is not up to par. They have too many legs for my taste. Doesn't matter, I didn't see him today anyhow. But I WILL get pictures of him flying and, hopefully, hunting before the end of the summer...

    I did manage to catch a crow and a seagull in flight.

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    Olympus E-520, Zuiko 40-150mm. Photos were cropped to subject.

    Thanks for looking!
     
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    The faces look really dark, probably because you were shooting into the sun. Not an easy way to fix that.
     

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