Falcon

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  1. doenoe

    doenoe TPF Noob!

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    It was time to fly a falcon again (like almost every day) and i took some pics
    #1 Getting ready for take-off
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    #2 Flying around
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    #3 Almost had the lure here
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    #4 Getting ready for the next try
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    #5 Got it!!
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    #6 Dinner time
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    loving the last one again :D
     
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    Great images, not easy to get flight shots of these fast moving birds. Must have been fun.

    Eric
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Your photos of the birds do show how much you are enjoying doing the internship at this bird station ... makes me feel like I would love to come round one day to meet all "your" birds, too. I doubt I'd ever be able to take as good in-flight and action shots of them as you do, though!
     
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    Daan your gonna have to come to the UK next year and we'll go to the Hawk Conservancy

    is that telemetry I can see in number 2?

    Love the last shot
     
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    Thank you all for the comments :)
    It is rather tricky to shoot these birds with those speeds. I need a faster lens :biggrin: As long as you shoot enough pics, there is a bigger chance of having some decent ones :D
    I totally love what im doing at that place. Shame i only have about a month to go. But i can go there everytime i want offcourse (except for monday, they are closed then) I shall really enjoy those last weeks i will work there.
    And next year will be a problem, allready have a 2 month vacation planned, to New Zealand. Dont think i will have much of anything left after that. But if i visit England again, i will let you know :) Oh and if by telemetry you mean transmitter thingie, then you are right. If you dont mean that............then you are wrong :p
     
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    I also really like the last one. I can't imagine how hard it must have been to catch him in some of those photos. #3 is also well done
     

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