The Turkey Vulture
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|Hello friends, photo taken yesterday, I have photos|
of the Turkey Vulture in-flight, here perched on a
tree it is the first time for me.
1/3200s f/5.6 ISO1000 85mm (35mm eq:127mm).
(There is no 1/3200s in TN's database).
Turkey Vultures are majestic but unsteady soarers.
Their teetering flight with very few wingbeats is characteristic.
Look for them gliding relatively low to the ground,
sniffing for carrion, or else riding thermals up to higher
vantage points. They may soar in small groups and roost
in larger numbers. You may also see them on the ground
in small groups, huddled around roadkill or dumpsters. »
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- [2016-04-20 6:46]
A better view than on Facebook. The screen is to small for a good view.
Excellent photo in beautiful colors and great sharpness. Your choice of exposure is very good.
Ciao Asbed, great capture of vulture, perfect focus, wonderful colors, splendid sharpness and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
une très belle capture, en vol: bravo
- [2016-04-20 14:02]
Hi Asbed,this isn't the most elegant bird but you caught it in a very nice pose,a bit distant but the sharpness is absolutely great! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Beautiful photo against such blue sky. Nicely freeze. Like its flying mode.
Thanks and have a nice WE,
Les arbres cadrent bien l'oiseau. La prise de vue permet de voir les détails de la Dinde sauvage. La bonne luminosité rehausse les couleurs de l'image. Bonne journée.