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    Daybreak at Langorse Lake early this Winter...he flew across and I got one shot off with the 510 and kit 40-150.
    Keith
    Keith


    http://www.flickr.com/photos/68459774@N05

    E500,E510 now dead,E520 (now retired),E600 and Grip,14-42,14-45,2x40-150,Sigmas 105 and 135-400 Now Dead..ex 25. Manfrotto 190. Plus lots of OM stuff.
    Now also 4 items from the dark side...........

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    Re: Langorse heron

    A nicely captured picture - it is more difficult to shoot a bird in this situation where they have recently been in flight as they can then be quite fidgety. Locally here they are often half hidden at the side of the canal but if you are lucky enough to come across one - and there have been several around recently - they often stand pretty much motionless for quite a long time, a trait not found in many birds but ideal for the photographer.

    Regards, Ann1e

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      Re: Langorse heron

      Thanks Annie...this was a personal milestone achieved...I have always wanted a decent shot of one.It took a long time to get but the wait was worthwhile.

      Keith
      Keith


      http://www.flickr.com/photos/68459774@N05

      E500,E510 now dead,E520 (now retired),E600 and Grip,14-42,14-45,2x40-150,Sigmas 105 and 135-400 Now Dead..ex 25. Manfrotto 190. Plus lots of OM stuff.
      Now also 4 items from the dark side...........

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