Red Headed Trogon (Male)
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|It has been a while since I last shot or posted. This lifer of a Red Headed Trogon (male) may just be the catalyst needed to get me back. First sighting was some 10 years ago and is only now that I managed to take a shot.|
As with other trogons they are quiet creatures found normally in deep jungle. I note when perched their head is always turning ever looking for prey that are usually flying insects. Once it has found one it will fly off and get it with great accuracy returning to perch to enjoy his catch.
1DX + EF800mm f/5.6 1/125s ISO3200
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- [2017-09-12 8:12]
Hi Phil,welcome back with this magnificent capture of this red trogon! An excellent shot,the sharpness seems better on the branch but it's still good on the bird too. Lovely pose,it seems a movie star..ehehe...have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- [2017-09-12 9:49]
A rare bird for TN and a very beautiful specimen at that. Love the rich colors and gorgeous markings. Hope to see more from you in the future!
Excellent BG! Like excellent focus on its eye. Details on branch enhance the quality of this picture. Beautiful 'Red Headed Trogon'.
Thanks for showing,
Congratulations on the prize to your tenacity and your long photographic hunting of 10 years. It is a bird of incredible beauty and very good your note attached. Thank you!!! (I have dedicated a workshop that I hope you like)