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Hi folks,

What a weekend! Spring is already here in Spain! I've been shooting stunning pictures of birds, especially of European bee-eaters during migration in Spain.

Come check out my site here: www.josecarpin.com

Fujifilm X-T1
XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR
ƒ/5.6 
400.0 mm 
shutter speed 1/250 
ISO 200

 

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Hi folks,

 

Taking pictures of raptors and scavengers is an amazing experience. They are majestic, elegant and some of them are beautiful birds. Today I woke up earlier. I was picked up at 7am, at dusk. Outside was chilly, gloomy and foggy. While I was getting ready inside the photo hide, Juan, responsible of Vultour, was placing carrion in visible places. 
 
The hide’s crystal spy was getting misted by my breathing. As soon as he left me alone nothing happened. However, 100 meters away from me, I saw something, then I realized that I wasn’t alone. There were pine trees full of Common ravens and some Red kites alighted waiting for their breakfast, it was the quiet before the storm... Continue reading the articleRaptors photo hide
 
Don't forget to visit my site here: www.josecarpin.com
 
Below one of the pictures of the article taken by the XF100-400mm:
 

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Hi folks,

I would like to show you one of my favorites pictures taken with the Fuji XF100-400mm: A beautiful little owl spotted in Hoces del Río Duratón Natural Park in Segovia, Spain.

Fujifilm X-T1
XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR
ƒ/5.6 
400.0 mm 
Shutter speed 1/20 
ISO 200


Come check out my website: www.josecarpin.com

 

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Around 1 PM we got near to the Bee-eaters colony in the forest. The colony was located in a huge long sandy bank, where Bee-eaters build their nests in small mud tunnels. A lot of Bee-eaters were hunting flying insects and I felt very impressed by their beauty..... continue reading the article here: European Bee-eater photo hide

 

Equipment used: Fujifilm X-T1 + XF100-400mm f4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR

 

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