The Osprey is Back for the Autumn and Winter

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This was taken hand held at extreme range, so it came out pretty crappy. Note to self, take the tripod when you take the Sigma 50-500mm.
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I agree with your analysis of the IQ J 😉 but always nice to see (and capture) these majestic birds. Ours have all bogged off back to Africa for the winter. No travel restrictions for them😂
 

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I can see why you would want to take a picture of that, it's a nice scene. I hear ya on the tripod. I need to get my butt up to Brandon and get my small tripod out of storage. It's small enough that I can carry it on my camera back-pack and take with me on my bike. Now I just need a small, packable chair to go with it. My knees scream from squatting too much. :dread:
 
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I agree with your analysis of the IQ J 😉 but always nice to see (and capture) these majestic birds. Ours have all bogged off back to Africa for the winter. No travel restrictions for them😂
Yeah, the lens was every where, so I was lucky to get some shots off.
I like it. Maybe it is Oscar the a Osprey that comes here during the Spring & Summer.
It's possible. I'll have several months to get some quality pics of it, hopefully.
I can see why you would want to take a picture of that, it's a nice scene. I hear ya on the tripod. I need to get my butt up to Brandon and get my small tripod out of storage. It's small enough that I can carry it on my camera back-pack and take with me on my bike. Now I just need a small, packable chair to go with it. My knees scream from squatting too much. :dread:
I have a light weight, but solid aluminum 80" tripod that I can strap to the bottom of the camera bag I have coming in tomorrow. I agree on the lightweight chair. I'll have to see what REI has in stock in the way of ultra-light camp chairs made for backpackers.
 

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