Curious Nuthatch

© Ben M. Trapnell

Curious Nuthatch

Uploaded: May 25, 2004


Canon 100-400 @400mm, ISO 100, 1/250, 5.6


Mette Vendelboe Allison May 25, 2004

Very nicely composed, Benjamin! #131483

Nobu Nagase May 25, 2004

Nice work!
Love this one!!! #559480

Bonnie C. Lackey May 25, 2004

Super shot! Can't help but notice that this is posted right beside a cat! #559710

Lori Ditlefsen May 25, 2004

Nice capture Benjamin! #559935

Ben M. Trapnell May 25, 2004

Thanks all for the nice feedback. This little one has been a source of a couple of nice photos. When he comes around, he sits in one place a while, just hanging upside down. I'm grateful for the 400mm as the bird is very small and not prone to letting me get too close! Wide open, the lens blurs the background nicely and I'm always amazed at the tonal values it creates. Again, thank you for the wonderful support! #560002

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