Heron

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  1. Rob

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    Just a quickie from the park today! Looks really good printed, not so exciting here though!

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    Thanks for looking, all comments appreciated! :)

    Rob
     
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    looks good rob, nice contrasts.

    did you take this with your 20d, what printer did you use?
     
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    Yep, it's the 20D with 100-400 hand held. Looks great printed at A3 on my new Epson 2400!! :)

    Rob
    p.s. That's actually scanned from an A4 print, cos I couldn't be bothered to connect up the camera again and find the darn thing!
     
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    nice shot Rob, I sure can't wait for spring here, and getting back to some warm weather., lots of heron shot in my future, as I have learned so much about the areas they nest in around here..

    Great to see a UK heron.
     
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    errr....i'v only ever seen 1 wild heron, so its a treat for me too! Great catch rob, i like its position, so you can see all of his feet. nice one
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    Here's a couple more! There are a whole colony of them there - maybe 20 or so with nests and babies. The difficulty is that they are about 400 yards away, and they move.

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