Sunday, November 9, 2014
Wildlife Shot on the Way to the Moon
It sure would be nice if, they would bury all phone lines and electric wires, underground.
Normally, I don't waste my time, taking photos of birds on wires.
While walking to do a night-before-the-full moon shoot, I saw this scene.
The Grey-faced Buzzard Eagle was on the wires first.
Then, a crow came along and, thought it would roost there.
Hopefully, I won't get a pile of hate mail from the crow lovers but, I don't like those varmints.
This eagle was smaller than a crow and, I have seen crows gang-up on them.
This time, the eagle, scared the crow away. YAY !
Off they went, in separate directions.
And, I continued my journey, to shoot the moon.
Photos above taken with a Pentax K3 and Sigma 50-500 at 500mm
Exposure: f/6.7 1/1000 ISO 100