Glenn Rudd  


Collared Aracari by Glenn Rudd

March 2020 - Collared Aracari

About the Image(s)

In November 2017, I attended a photography workshop in Costa Rica. Our first venue was in the coastal rain forest near the border of Nicaragua. Our lodge had a large wrap-around covered on which we could place our equipment. We set up feeding stations using fallen tree limbs for perches and local fruit. This colorful bird is from the toucan family and features a brilliant yellow and red breast with a multi-colored beak.

Technical: 1/125 sec, Flash, f/6.3, IS0 200, 600 mm.


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Dhananjay Rao   Dhananjay Rao
Lovely image, with clear and sharp details. Lovely composition too. I get a feeling that the flash is bit too much. But light might have been fading and hence the need.   Posted: 03/15/2020 19:17:48

Tage Christiansen   Tage Christiansen
I like the branch which gives a diagonal in the picture and then the small point in the eye   Posted: 03/22/2020 08:41:29