Sedge Warbler Silhouette

Sedge Warbler Silhouette

Titchwell RSPB Reserve, Norfolk - 6 May 2005

During a visit to Titchwell RSPB Reserve, whilst I was walking past the reed beds I could hear the sedge warblers singing away. However to get sight of one was a little more difficult, as the reeds are quite dense so they can hide themselves away.

I did however manage to catch a glimpse of this one as it was perched on one of the reeds close to the edge. With the dull early morning light creating a neutral background I decided to make a silhouette.

Focal length:700mm

Aperture:f/5.6

Exposure time:1/2000 sec

ISO:400

Reference: NH36


Size (inches)Price

7 x 11£30.00

8 x 12£35.00

10.5 x 16£40.00

12 x 18£45.00