This seemed a timid little guy. I caught him first thing, went on around the loop road at the Savannah NWR and returned. It was still there. I particularly liked this image, with the Juvie taking a tentative step down to its little hidden bower. After 8 or 10 more images, It took off with a raucous raspberry, heading away and gone. So much for timidity!
I realize this is very busy, with lots of shadows, but I think it sets the mood for the moment the bird stayed there.
Anything that might help. Should I darken or blur the BG?
None. I think mood is appropriately set.
Camera Info: Nikon D500, Braced in SUV window
Lens: VR 300mm f/4E - 1.4x TC
Focal Length: 420mm
Focus Mode: AF-C
AF-Area Mode: Dynamic, 25 points
Shutter Speed: 1/8000s
Exposure Mode: Aperture Priority
Exposure Comp.: 0EV
ISO Sensitivity: ISO 800
88% of full frame
PP in LR/PS CC 2018, Topaz Studio, Camera Raw filter, TK sharpen for web @ 40%
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