Friday, November 2, 2012

Smooth Landing And Taxi

18 comments:

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What kind of bird is that? What a photo!

Sylvia said...

Very nice. He seems to be dancing.

Sylvia said...

Where is the Siciliano hero? Did he ride towards the sunset?

marcelo said...

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robert said...

Brilliant photography!

imac said...

You have been busy tonight Stephen, just like me too.
Great shots, love the bird, m.cycle and the others too.

Lynnette Labelle said...

Beautiful pics. My hubby has a Canon and loves it. Although, he did seriously consider the Nikon.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Lynnette Labelle
http://lynnettelabelle.blogspot.com

Mr.Cp said...

Nice bird! What kind of this bird?
PS. I like your Welcome contents.

Vivian said...

Sweet!.....you could be a photographer for nature shows.

Elaine said...

Fantastic Sandhill Crane shot! They should be arriving here in Fairbanks in large numbers in a few weeks on their southerly migration. They really are a interesting bird to watch.

Stephen Baird said...

lavender dreamer & Mr. Cp,
This is a Sandhill Crane. They are huge.
NikonSniper Steve

Ines Nigro said...

Hello Steve:

I would like to know how you met Ines Nigro?!
She is a painter-photographer-art fashion designer from Argentina. Famous there and ina few countries too. She was a ballerina for 20 years.
Its nice your blog. I enjoy it. I hope you enjoy Ines art. You can visit inthenameofsolinesnigro.blogspot.com see all the blog there are painting of Ines Nigro there. I dont have art here. I have her fashion clothing line photos and videos where Ines art is on. You can visit MTV see Ines art. Well you must know the rock band that use her art. Im just curious to know how you found our blog. Mutual friend? or dragon fly blogger?

Regards

Ines Nigro Fans.

Naukishtae said...

Beautiful shot.. such a lovely creature.. great colors.. I do some photography, also a Nikon.. I have both 35mm and 70D frames.. same lenses, makes it nice... nothing to compare with the great shots you have gotten, it is an art form............

Stephen Baird said...

ines nigro fans,
i check out 30-50 new blogs a day for ideas, photos, layouts ... anything on earth i can possibly learn from others. for me, it's all about photography. when i am online i am constantly seeing what others do with their photos and their blogs. i learn an incredible amount of things from young people. i still take college classes too in order to interact with people with new ideas. i have grey-white hair but i am still a kid that explores anything anywhere in order to improve my photography. that's likely how i came into contact.
nikonsniper steve

Scarlet said...

Beautiful! Looks like it's dancing to YMCA by the Village People. ;)

JennyMac said...

Such a great photo..simple yet beautiful. Love your work.

GirLWithGLasses said...

hello mr nikonsniper

do you have any action shots? or any shots which involve different shutter speeds for super speedy moving things? i just want to see any of your fantastic camera skills. :) thank you.

JamaGenie said...

Large birds are such fascinating creatures to photograph! I love my digital because I can keep clicking away, then be surprised by shots similar to this that I didn't know I had until I get home.