woensdag 20 mei 2009


By the use of backlite you sometimes get photos with another character. After spending a day at NP Parc du Marquenterre in Northwest France I drove home to my camping. The whole day was cloudy with rain from time to time. During my return the sun finally showed up and at a glance I saw some skylarks fouraging in a cornfield. The only way to photograph them was with the evening sun in front of me. That it wasn't a disadvantage shows this picture. It was even chosen to be published in the Birdpix yearbook 2005.

Sky lark; Canon 30D w. 500mm + 1.4 extender; Av7.1 Tv1/500 iso320