Terns

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  1. bigfatbadger

    bigfatbadger TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone,

    I thought I'd share a few photos of Terns that I took on a recent trip to the lake district. Hope you like!

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    Any comments and crits would be gratefully recieved!

    Cheers
    Jon
     
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    Holly TPF Noob!

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    I really like the second shot... The colors just pop out...
     
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    I think there's potential in #1. Maybe a longer DOF to get the ripples in focus too?

    #2 is a nice shot.:thumbup: What lake were these taken on?
     
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    Thanks mr spanner!

    These were taken on Windermere, waiting for the ferry to windermere, some other people were feeding them so I started 'papping' away!
     
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    nice shots!! What lens were you using?? I think they are Gulls (Bonapart) << not sure on the spelling!
     
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    Great shots, nice and crisp!
     
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    Ah yes, after a google image search they do look more like those!

    It was the Nikon 70-300G, a fairly horrible lens, hence I haven't shown you the million wasted shots. Digital is fairly useful for wildlife!
     

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