Working with a long lens you never know what might squeeze into the narrow field of view when photographing masses of animals. I was very lucky on this one morning in Monterey finding these huddling California Sea Lions in a symmetrical pairing as they interacted with each other. Watching sea lions never gets old and I’d imagine the experience of seeing them underwater where they’re far more nimble would be an even bigger thrill.
On the topic of long lens photography be sure to check out my recent posting 10 Tips For Great Telephoto Photography on the Digital Photography School web site.
Photo Info: Canon 1Ds Mark III at 600mm
[tags]Sea Lion, Zalophus californianus, wildlife, telephoto, super telephoto, lens, stock photo, photography[/tags]