Robin’s Delight!

OK… I’m taking a rest from the Dublin Alphabet. No Joan… not because I’m running out of ideas but rather to give you something else to have a gawk at! I’ve been messing with the remote shutter release… placing the camera outside and putting out food for the birds. I’ve managed a few great action shots… but in truth, only a very small percentage of all the shots taken are worth a second look.

Hopping robin!! Fun with the remote shutter release!

PS – It’s still me taking the shots. I haven’t got the whole process on a timer… I sit and watch from the corner of my eye… when the birds arrive I activate the remote trigger as and when I think there is enough of a shot. Obviously the results are very dependant on timing and what the bird thinks of me at that exact moment in time!


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9 Responses to Robin’s Delight!

  1. Pingback: Friday Fact – Robin Fun! | Ouch!! My back hurts!!

  2. Nirodaigh says:

    I love robins, always have. Something about them, plucky little creatures. Great shot.


  3. de Wets Wild says:

    Lyk of die rooiborsie baie trots is op sy groot skaduwee 😉


  4. Christina B says:

    I know how hard it is to get good shots of birds. Lots of patience needed and a bit of luck helps. This one is great!

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