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CAMERA: NIKON D90LENS: NIKKOR AF-S 70-300mm VR @ 300mm
This is one of two scavenging ravens I photographed during a vivid sunset.
Taken near Gibsons, on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.
bird, british columbia, canada, raven, corvid, wildlife
I’m a retired stationary engineer who lives on British Columbia’s scenic Sunshine Coast, which although on the mainland, can only be accessed by water or air – just the way we Coasters like it!
Wildlife and nature photography is my hobby and passion. My primary camera is a Nikon D90 and most of these photos are taken with a Nikkor AF-S 70-300mm VR lens.
I appreciate and try to answer all sincere comments.
Love it, the sunset just adds a beautiful golden glow to this picture!
Thank you Chris! Yes, I like the way the glossy black feathers reflect the setting sun.
– Carl Olsen
this is very good !Liz))
Thank you very much Liz!
A lovely capture of this lovely bird,I love Ravens they are not afraid and do as they please, some people think they bring bad luck, but they are a handsome bird. Well done, Shirley
Thank you Shirley! If there were any truth to the belief that ravens were bad luck the luck of the people of the British Columbia coast would have run out long ago :) The coastal Indians believed ravens had strong magical powers that could be used for good or bad, and yes, they are handsome in their own way. Again, thanks for your comment and visit!
You are very welcome…Shirley
Thank you very much for the feature Vickie – much appreciated!
January 18, 2011
Thank you Teresa. Sure love to see that laughing owl! :)
superb light and detail. great look in the eye too
Thanks dms. It’s that big beak that grabs my eye, in a manner of speaking! Good luck with the feature banner contest :)
their beak is definitely a striking feeature ;-) thanks much for the luck. first one i’ve tried and it’s just in fun
Oh-oh! Another punster! :)
CONGRATULATIONS on your wonderful feature, amazing work and well earned.
Thanks Andrea. You too! :)