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 Whooping Cranes
19-FEB-2009 Tom Munson

Whooping Cranes

Crane House property Lamar TX

These are very rare.

Canon EOS 40D ,Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM
1/180s f/5.6 at 500.0mm iso400 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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De'Carr Studio08-May-2009 01:32
Nice, Tom. Love the humor here with that character looking up.....
Hank Vander Velde07-May-2009 23:50
Beautiful, tack sharp and well exposed capture of the three Tom.
lou_rozensteins07-May-2009 23:49
An excellent shot. They are very graceful ..... Voted.
Jeanne Dammarell07-May-2009 23:20
Beautiful image, Tom. Wonderful grace in the postures and crystal clear.
Peter Stahl07-May-2009 20:27
Nice find of these very rare cranes. Lucky you getting shots of them. :-)
Char07-May-2009 20:21
Hi Tom,
What a wonderful shot of these rare and delightful birds. \/
January Grey07-May-2009 17:40
You've captured these rare ones beautifully, Tom. A lovely composition. V~
sandy barbour07-May-2009 16:52
Wow, great find Tom...well captured!
SageCreek Images07-May-2009 15:43
Great image of these birds Tom..
Is that a tag on the back birds leg??...v
Carol Breton07-May-2009 14:57
They're beautiful! Wonderful shot Tom~
Larry Peterson07-May-2009 12:33
This is a spectacular shot, Tom. Very well done.
Breland07-May-2009 12:27
Nice family shot Tom.
Marco Valk07-May-2009 10:28
excellent shot. congrats
AlexP07-May-2009 08:56
Not sure I have seen a shot of these before, great catch and find, V!
NealyBob07-May-2009 05:30
Beautiful capture of these rare birds~!V
Bryan Murahashi07-May-2009 04:44
Fabulous photo of these rare visitors.
Gayle P. Clement07-May-2009 03:56
Very beautiful, Tom.
Jean D07-May-2009 03:17
Excellent capture of these rare birds who appear to be in full song, Tom!
Willy Alfaro07-May-2009 03:08
Terrific tres amigos! Perfectly exposed!
Jess. ( Lady.D.)07-May-2009 02:58
WoW what a terrific opportunity to capture these so very rare birds. well done Tom...