Reflections – Bird pictures with Tamron150-600mm

I was walking in the park and I sat down at a bench to just enjoy the sunny weather and to have a bit of break. I turned around to check out the little lake that was behind me. There I saw a little bird that came very close to where I was sitting.

I took up my camera and aimed. I was using Canon 70D and the lens was a Tamron 150-600 mm version 1. I got the following pics of the bird called Wagtail.

As I continued sitting on the bench and relaxing there came other birds that wanted to drink the water. So I felt I was lucky that the birds were coming to my spot instead of me trying to come to theirs.

I call this segment reflections since all the birds have a reflection in the water.

This bird is called a Fieldfare

 

A pigeon also need some water

All of the pictures above are taken at 600 mm with a aperture of f8. The picture below is taken at 350 mm with a aperture of 7.1. The reson I mostly take at f8 is because in order to get pretty sharp pictures with Tamron 150-600 you need to be at this aperture.

 

Crow and its reflection

 

 

2017©Expressive Photos

Posted on June 5, 2017, in Tamron 150-600mm and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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