African Fish Eagle
- kazan (158)
- [2005-04-07 16:39]
Good capture Alptekin! A great starting photo for joining TN! From the zillions of Flamingos you picked the best shot! Lucky you your F5 is still dry ;-) I remember I had a very dangerous "conflict" with a Rhino while crawling towards the Flamingos, but our guide was smart enough to drive the van between us.
- mogens-j (20)
- [2005-04-07 18:17]
Welcome on TN Alptekin.
Very nice first post. Great colours and very good sharpness for a capture like this one - I belive it is taken from pretty far distance and cropped. But still there are plenty of details left and the white is very well handled. I really like the cropping.
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-04-07 20:36]
A good first performance, Alptekin.
Nice composition and point of view.
I wish you the most cordial welcome on TrekNature.
In the pleasure to admire your next posts and to read your notes and critics.
Thank you for sharing so beautifull pictures and for the enjoyment which they give us.
- Okan (518)
- [2005-04-08 2:21]
It's nice to see you here Alptekin, welcome.This photo is one of the favorites of mine, thanks for sharing. I hope you'ıı keep sharing the superb photos from Turkey too. All the best...
- capaci (1300)
- [2005-04-08 2:36]
welcome TN. Wonderfull photos and excellent bird in flight. thank you for sharing.
seni burada görmek ne güzel.
okan'a katilmamak elde degil. Türkiye'den harika fotograflarinla da görmek isteriz elbette seni. biraz reklam yapalim di mi.
hatta gediz fotograflarini Gediz birds temasina da eklemeyi unutma.
- naki (40)
- [2005-04-08 2:56]
Nice to see you here Alptekin.
This is a beautiful capture and composition of the eagle. Wish to see more of your great photos here soon.
Welcome to TN.
Thanks for sharing.
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-04-08 7:57]
Nice capture, very well caught.
- correp01 (1318)
- [2005-04-08 15:47]
Very nice capture. At 50 Iso ...
- coasties (28054)
- [2005-04-27 3:20]
Wow, awesome shot Alptekin. Look at those wing feathers. They look like fingers. Good background. Nice vibrant blue which enhances the colour of the Eagle. Well done. Thanks