Monday, 21 March 2011

Reed Buntings

A few shots from a recent session with Reed Buntings. These males are looking really smart at this time of year in their breeding plumage. I noticed that they have unusual feet, almost like fingers, this must be for them to grip the reed stems more easily.






4 comments:

Springman said...

This is another great study Steve. The detail of your photography is revealing of the tiny details hidden from the naked eye. Beautiful!

Picturit said...

Hi Stephen I found your blog via your website. Your photography is amazing your images are SO Sharp. How do you get such great images. I have done some Bird photography myself and use a Nikon D200 with a Sigma 150-500mm lens. I have had mixed results and get frustrated when i look at my images on my computer can you give me any tips to help me improve, Kev

Sandra said...

all i can say is you have a true God given gift for bird photography. these are awesome, i scrolled through many of your post and they are truly extraordinary

Montanagirl said...

Found my way here from another blog. Beautiful images!

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