EXIF Detail: Aperture Priority. Ap F/7.1 Shutter 1/1000s. -0.3 EV. Centre weighted Metering. ISO 320. WB: Cloudy (to give more warmth to the overall image).
Friday, 10 April 2009
Female Kentish Plover
This tame female Kentish Plover allowed approach to about 10 yards. Quite content to stay on the rock, more interest was paid to the almost constant raptor activity overhead. All of the birds seen in Cyprus were constantly looking upwards and sideways, as shown in the image below. The skyward pointing was always a useful indicator and we often used this to find raptors at extreme heights. A birds' eye sight must be incredibly keen and much stronger than ours.
Posted by swopticsphoto at 18:16
Labels: Kentish Plover
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Steve excellent images, outstanding photography at it's best.ReplyDelete
Well done Steve some cracking images, I hope you had a good time over there!ReplyDelete