Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Wood Warblers on passage

On the 5th April we experienced a small fall of Wood Warblers. Normally a bird found in the cover of tree foliage, passage birds can find themselves in exposed situations, just like these birds on open rocks. A perfect place for photography of a perfect subject.
EXIF Detail: Aperture Priority. Ap F/8. Shutter 1/1250s. ISO 320. -0.7 EV. White Balance Cloudy. Centre weighted metering.

1 comment:

  1. Great stuff again Steve, Wood Warbler is a cracker