|Copyright: Fatih Sam (fthsm)
|Date Taken: 2009-01-25|
|Camera: Canon 30D, Canon 400 5.6L|
|Exposure: f/5.6, 1/6400 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-01-28 5:24|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Crested Tern Sterna bergii|
The Crested Tern is the second largest of the terns found in Australia and one of the most commonly seen species. It has a pale yellow bill, scruffy black crest, grey wings and back, and a white neck and underparts. Although it is often observed on its own, the Crested Tern also frequently forms mixed flocks with other species.
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- [2009-01-28 5:55]
An excellent photo of this Crested Tern.
Really nice detail in the feathers.
Great, shallow DOF.
- [2009-01-28 6:29]
This is a perfect capture. Very sharp image with perfect focus. Good light and natural colors. Well done.
- [2009-01-28 7:29]
A nice shot of this tern,it stands well off against the oof BG,tfs
- [2009-01-28 11:57]
The portret of the bird is very good. I like the light you have rendered and the reachness og grey/white color tones. The bird is well shown and there is a fine match between the colors of the plumage and the background.
Thank you for sharing,
Excellent capture of Crested Tern in beautiful plumage; great POV and composition, sharp details, excellent bright colours and lighting.