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Reddish Egret white morph
Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM Telephoto Lens , 1/1600 sec. at f/9, ISO 400, Manual mode

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I am heading home to New Jersey in the early morning and I can’t wait! It has been a very long month and I am exhausted. When I get home I immediately head to Lonaconing Silk Mill for a 2 day workshop in Maryland. On my last couple of days in Florida I co-led an in-the-field workshop at Ft De Soto with Arthur Morris, gave a presentation at the Orlando Camera Club and photographed a young Sandhill Crane colt at Indian Lake Estates with Dick Curtin. Dick attended the recently concluded Tampa Seminar and the in-the-field workshop.
During our time at Ft. De Soto we photographed the usual Florida birds along with a couple of special treats for me, a Long-billed Curlew and a Reddish Egret white morph in beautiful breeding plumage. Afterwards we took the group to Don CeSar’s Sea Porch restaurant in St. Pete Beach for a great lunch.
Over the last few weeks I have photographed with the Canon 800mm lens, new 500mm lens, new 600mm lens and I have to say they are all fantastic. It is really hard to choose which one I prefer but I decided on the Canon 600mm lens mostly because it suited my needs. I think it will be a great compliment to my lens line-up.


Image © 2013/Denise Ippolito Photography
Long-billed Curlew
Canon ID Mark IV, Canon EF500mm f/4L IS II USM lens


Image © 2013/Denise Ippolito Photography
Sandhill Crane, young colt
Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon EF600mm f/4L IS II USM lens
1/1250 sec., f/5.6, Manual mode, ISO: 800


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10 Responses

  1. Deirdre Sheerr-Gross says:

    Denise..
    Wow!! Those birds are such a treat…
    …and your capture of each one of them… as always, special and unique…
    The Snowy, looking away (breaking the (almost) mandatory head-angle-must-be-towards-you rule) has an emotional quality for me… It’s as if the bird, and the rest of us here in Florida, are looking after you as you leave us… with a saddened heart…
    In fact, it seems that all the birds are looking off in the same direction..
    Come back soon, we miss you…

  2. Nedy Blanchard says:

    It was nice to meet you, Denise. Your images are beautiful and I enjoy them very much. Have a safe trip back home.

  3. denise says:

    Deirdre, I’m already missing you! We need a girls weekend! Thank you for the kind comments.

    Hi John, Thank you, I appreciate it. Hope you are well. Nice to hear from you and I hope to see you again soon.

    Nedy, It was nice to meet you too! Thanks so much for the support and well wishes!

    Hi Nancy, I will see you soon, thanks for the kind words.

  4. Len Saltiel says:

    You certainly have been quite busy lately Denise. I always look forward to see what great images you post and today is no exception. Welcome back to the frigid north. Looks like we will have quite a cold weekend coming up.

  5. denise says:

    Hi Edith, I have been busy but I will soon have some free time!

    Len, I will see you this weekend, safe travels to the mill.

    Andy, thank you kindly!

    Andrew, I hope you had a great trip, nice to have you back. I am looking forward to your images.

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