Thanks, Ann. I feel much better now. I'll see if I can zap the blossom.
P.S. I still have to reply the hard way (via the Archives) because I don't
receive posts from you or Jack.
ann sanfedele annsan at nyc.rr.com
Sun Apr 15 13:15:18 EDT 2018
I'd call it pretty good, though despite the motion blur... one glaring
thingy that you could fix..the dead blossom right behind the bird's head
jumps out... clear to see why green birdy likes that tree .. he looks
like he is part of it
On 4/15/2018 11:13 AM, Alan C wrote:
Not the best image but OK for ID. There will be better days. Green
bird always on the move in green foliage . I took about 30 shots over
half an hour - this is the best. Range about 30m. (There were monkeys
& Trumpeter Hornbills in the same tree this morning)
K5 + Sigma 170-500 DG @ 500mm, 1/1600, ISO 500 wide open (I'll try f8
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