After the relatively modestly sized visitors of yesterday afternoon, the laughing-thrushes, today’s visitor was just a little larger. Sporting a 7′ wingspan this bird drifted in on wings held in the classic V shape.
Say good afternoon to our White-bellied sea-eagle, Haliaeetus leucogaster.
Taken with a 400mm F5.6 lens, handheld. The most important thing with this shot was to get the right exposure compensation and this was EV +1 2/3.
With a black and white bird against a pale hazy blue/grey sky the histogram looks pretty darned boring!!!
Oh for some decent light! But hey, not everybody gets WBSEs over the garden coffee table so it can’t be all bad.