bird photography : semipalmated plover

Getting to the beach early has its payoffs when birding; not only do you avoid the bulk of the crowds sure to show up later in the day, but the angled morning sun can do magical things upon the water and illuminate avian subjects in just the right light, like this Semipalmated Plover at Fort De Soto Park in Florida.
Getting to the beach early has its payoffs when birding; not only do you avoid the bulk of the crowds sure to show up later in the day, but the angled morning sun can do magical things upon the water and illuminate avian subjects in just the right light, like this Semipalmated Plover at Fort De Soto Park in Florida.
Equipment:Canon EOS 30D
Canon EF 300mm f4L IS with 1.4x Teleconverter
Settings:f8; 1/1600 sec.; focal length at 420 mm; ISO 200
Date:February 9, 2007 10:23 am
Location:Fort De Soto Park / Tierra Verde, FL
 



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