A Heron’s Home

Every now and then a picture just turns out. This is about as natural as it gets at least for me. I had to work to get this picture. The camera wanted to focus on the leaves in front of the bird. Finally I got the required focus and shot before the Heron flew away. All this in Northern Ontario. The Panasonic Fz35 has been a good overall camera.


About Chris Sorlie

The kids are gone and I'm shooting pictures of all sorts of good things.
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2 Responses to A Heron’s Home

  1. garydenness says:

    That’s a really great shot amigo! I know how much hard work it can be to get a camera to focus on a small bit in the centre and not the mass of foliage around it.

    There are plenty of times I miss my old FZ35. And the Fuji HS10 I had after it – another Bridge camera. Why oh why hasn’t anyone yet married a larger sensor (either the 1.6’s you get in Canon’s S90 and G12 or Panny’s LX5, or the MFT sensors would do) to a Bridge cam? I’d be first in the queue for one of those.

  2. Chris Sorlie says:

    Optics is the reason I think although I exactly understand why. I look at all the money I haven’t spent in keeping the Fz35. Still miss the Lx3!

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