Circling for a landing spot

Posted by Ramesh Kodavatiganti on Sun Mar 22, 2020 5:46 pm

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Spring migration at Middle Creek NWR brings in snow geese, canada geese and tundra swan by the thousands. ITs a sight to behold. Moving to the far edges with the backdrop of evergreens i stayed on focus with the tundra swan gliding in to land on this overcast cloudy day. PP'ing in B&W was my best option for lack of any color and the dynamic range presented. 

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by Ron Day on Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:14 pm
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Ramesh, love your decision to convert to black and white. It really works well and your subjects stand out beautifully. You could crop a little off the top and make it even better, in my view. Well done!

by Cynthia Crawford on Mon Mar 23, 2020 8:32 pm
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Excellent composition with the symmetry of the flying birds, and nicely spaced birds in the water. B&W works very well here- a fine piece of work-most pleasing to view.
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