Today I am arrived around 5:30 on the Asprokremmos damAsprokremmos. At this time, a few Roller and magpies were traveling. Then, against 6:15, a single Seagull has arrived at the end of the dam. Across the parched area, 2 Kestrel have searched for food. Later, an Eleonora's Falcon wae in the sky to see. I changed the location to get a better overview. While a Levante Otter went me on the way in the dry grass, so that I put my place in the parent.
On the return trip I discovered a young buzzard Lakeside, 30 meters to Lakeside, but with full sun in the back. You got lucky enough to encounter such a bird so close then but so unfavourable lighting conditions. Time for the tripod set up no longer was and so I could use only contact points at the car with the heavy telephoto lens.
Provides optimal image quality it is under these light conditions and ink cannot be expected to, but I think because my chance get over time. Patience is a prerequisite for good wildlife shots.