Female red Winged Fairy wren

Nice image of a curious little female red Winged Fairy wren. She came in to check out the freshly weeded garden and stopped on the just brilliant perch! I was trying out my newly acquired Linof mono pod and I must say it’s OK good!

Nikon D3s, 600mm AS-SII f4 at 1/400 second f4 ISO 2000.

As always click to enlarge!

Cheers guys

FOOTNOTE 7/6/18 Please note that this little bird is a red Winged Fairy Wren!

Sorry for any confusion. Also title on photo is wrong!


~ by David Sobik on July 18, 2011.

15 Responses to “Female red Winged Fairy wren”

  1. Excellent DOF, she is a beauty! I am coveting that lens πŸ™‚

    • Its just a brilliant lens Tina. So sharp DOF measured in mm! Bokeh is like the finest of creamy cheese. Only down side its a behemoth to carry around!

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Hi David,
    It must be awesome to have such beauty at ones fingers mate this would have to be one of the best images I have seen for a while so crisp and sharp bloody great job indeed mate πŸ™‚

    • Hey hello Brett! Thanks mate, its been too long since I dragged it out keen to get back into the tweety birds again. Nice to get out really. The high ISO on the D3s just opens up this lens so much, need a 1.4 TC soon thought!


  3. such cute little birds, nice shot

  4. Ripper Dave !!!!

  5. Nice of her to pose so nicely for you!

  6. Love this shot David…superb DOB and composition…well done!!

  7. ooooh… now my heads swelling…
    Yes, must catch up!

  8. That is just a stunning shot – great light, love the background, and love his pose.

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