It certainly isn't easy Bob, but I do like that first one.And sometimes a picture works, even without everything in it.I don't think the clipped wings matter here; it concentrates more on the bird, and his concentration.
I agree totaly with holdingsmoments!! In this case the first one had a very special statement. I like it!
Well surely not that easy to do, especially tern, they move so fast! But I love these two shots which are very dynamic!
dear Bob you were good, I was photographing birds flying out only the sky.AH Ah, ah!
Keith, your dead right, I'd never put it like that.Yes Isabella, the first one is the best.They are fast, but this one hovered for at least 2 seconds, it was enough time to shoot, Chris. And thanks, for your comments.
Elettra, thanks to you.
Bob these are at least in focus and who cares about the wing tips, apart from the Tern. I have trouble but put the camera on burst setting and just keep the shutter pressed. There is usually one worth having but not always.
Thanks Adrian, it is a tricky moment.
But Bob, they are terrific! You did it perfectly!
Great photos. Wonder why it is called common, looks wondrous to me. Ha. Hubby and I heard an owl in our back yard this morning. Do you have any suggestions for getting a picture of an owl?
Joo, thanks a lot for your confidence.TechnoBabe, certainly some of only fly at night, so if you've got plenty money, you can get after dark, but are a lot of them that come out during the day. It's a bit different to yours in America, but there is one.