Pelicans on a rock wall in Elkhorn slough at Moss Landing on the Central Coast of California
(To see the most detail in this image, click on it to enlarge it!)
The photo was taken with a Canon EOS 6D, EF70-200mm f/4L IS lens + 1.4x tele-extender (280mm), 1/2000 sec at f/8, ISO 250
Great composition – I see the treble clef on the left and the whole rest on the right – encore!
Thank you Shari. Interestingly, in the original, there were several more pelicans to the right of the “Conductor”, so I tried doing a composite and put them on the left side so they would look like the “orchestra” but it was too distracting, taking away from the main subject. It was a fun experiment though.
We bird there regularly. What you captured is exquisite. What you captioned is brilliant. xo Laurie
Thank you Laurie. Capturing moments like this are such good fortune.
As always, it´s perfect ! ! !
Yet another entry in a long list of enjoyable moments. As always, love the crisp detail. My best, T.
So entertaining! Thanks for another great shot.
You’re welcome Susan. Thank you…
Wonderful!! The trio couldn’t have been more perfect.
That is so incredibly cool!
Thanks. I love the detail in the feathers.