Happy Hunting Harrier Sequel: 3 Sighting

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California / Nature / Photo Log / Photography / Wildlife

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November 28, 2019 — Baylands, Sunnyvale, California

After a couple of passes, she spotted prey. A tight turn to zero in…

(Nikon D500, Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR zoom. RAW processing in DxO PhotoLab 3.0; Editing in Adobe Photoshop.)

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22 Comments

  1. Cool bank shot. It’s a nice catch showing how the feathers arrange in order to make a turn.

    Regarding Facebook, there are a few reasons. I have actually made a couple of good friends there besides the virtual thing. I also am able to communicate with friends located around the world. And I have had a few folks buy prints from my FineArtAmerica account as a result of seeing my images posted on FB. Not a lot and I cannot quit my day job but it’s nice every once in a while. And you can have exchanges much like we do here on our blogs. But like many other things on the net these days, it can also be intrusive into your privacy. I am not concerned about that personally but understand how others might be. I am not on Instagram but I have heard people complaining about it too. YMMV

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