As signs of spring slowly emerge, the snow melts once again, some days are warmer and the lot of rain. The male wild turkeys are displaying their tail feathers in a dance to attract the females. This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D Mark II and a Sigma 150-600 mm lens set at 300 mm. The shutter speed was set at 1/400 second, the aperture was set at f6.3 and the ISO was set at 6400 in the low light of the morning.
An unusual site this morning, a young deer and a wild turkey looking like a couple. Well, not really, just happen to look that way in my photograph. This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D Mark II camera and a 400 mm lens. The shutter speed was set at 1/160 second, the aperture was set at F5.6 and the ISO at 2000 in the low morning light.
Wild turkeys where reintroduced to this area a many years ago. They now seen frequently inlarge families of 6 to 19 birds. This year I followed a family of about 12 turkeys throughout the summer and into the fall. This photograph was take by my Canon 7D camera and a 400 mm lens. The shutter speed was set to 1/800 second, the aperture was set at f6.3 and the ISO was set at 5000 due to the low light.