Posted by Donald Brown on October 15, 2014 at 10:53 pm
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One of my favorite locations to photograph birds is in South Texas during the migration. This image of a Harris’s Hawk was made in November 2011 when I visited the Tacubaya Ranch. It was made from a blind half underground and half above ground. The bird was swooping in to land on a log perch and I caught him just as he was braking. The camera was a Nikon D3X with a Nikkor 200-400mm lens on shutter priority. The image was processed optimized mostly in Lightroom.