Discuss & view pics of a general nature
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- Joined: Sat May 19, 2012 12:29 pm
- Country: South Africa
- Location: Grietjie Private Reserve
Not at night, I was shooting on manual, luckily. I had my settings right for the sunlit area and this one flew in front of my neighbours garage which was in total shadow, but the bird was still in the sunlight.
Sometimes it’s not until you don’t see what you want to see, that you truly open your eyes.
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- Joined: Fri Jun 01, 2012 8:44 am
- Country: RSA
- Location: Randburg
Keep your eyes (and ears - their call is quite distinctive) open, they do occur in Randburg area - we used to live on a plot near Kya Sands and we had them nesting there. Not sure if we've had them in our garden since we moved to suburbia - must ask the SO.Flutterby wrote:Would love to see one of those in my garden!
Great shot Sprocky, especially considering the speed and unpredictability of their flight
Hunting cannot be considered a sport as all contestants in a sport should know they are playing the game!