We left home this morning fed up with the amount of cloud around so I started off with my 300mm lens, aperture set on f2.8, then as the day progressed the light improved and I added my two times converter.
One of my target species to photograph was the Great Crested Grebe and how lucky was I with close views at the Stuart Hutchens Hide. We crossed the road and had an uncomfortable hour in the Southern cut off hide in the teeth of a cold North Easterly wind, although a pie and chips at the Golden Lion pub sorted out the cold and onward we went. I took a few photo's of a some species on the feeder of dreams, but looking at the standard of Bob the blog and JR I may not post them. However I achieved my goal and nailed the GC Grebe and a few stunners of the Little Grebe. I will cover today with probably two more posts as I am pleased with the GC Grebe images.