Take Off

© Jeff Dykes

Take Off

Uploaded: September 30, 2002

Description

I went to take a portrait shot of this little fella but as i pushed the shutter he took off. Its 1 in a million shot. i still like it, shutter speed 1/500sec F/stop 5.6,Sony F707 digital.

Comments

September 30, 2002

I still like it, too :)

way cool #10034

Jeff Dykes October 01, 2002

Thankyou Deborah for your comment :) #16207

October 03, 2002

Honestly, this bird flying with blurry wings makes your picture more interesting than if it was just sitting on the branch! Now your picture has a story! #16447

Jeff Dykes October 03, 2002

I totally agree with you Tracy It was just that I was trying a few different things out with the camera settings etc for some wildlife portraits and I needed a subject when this shot came about :). #16450

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