Weekly Photo Challenge: Dinnertime

Say It With A Camera

The sky is blue, not a cloud in the sky. Terrible for landscape photography, that’s for sure, because the light is too harsh. But lots of light means I can use one my favourite slower lenses to do a little bit of bird photography and where better than the Spinnies. That slower lens by the way is the amazing “El Cheapo” OLYMPUS M.40-150mm F4.0-5.6 R. Honestly for such a cheap lens £89 (US$ 128) I’ve had amazing results with it. Far better than when I used to use that big old 150-500mm that cost a fortune and weighed a ton.

The Spinnies

The Spinnies is a mixture of wetland and woodland, bordering the coast, in an area that is internationally important for birds. Most of the land around the Spinnies is agricultural and so the Spinnies and sites like it in the area act as important high water roosts and feeding areas…

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