Musky Caladenia, with dew. Twin flower heads, which happen on occasion.
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Very nice, and very odd poseJust no bird boudoir shots.Sounds like a challenge!Boudoir challenge accepted !
LOL! You captured their special moment.
Watching some California Quail make their way across a group of boulders when this happened. Do they even need wings?
Northern Lights from Hope, AK last night!Very nice LOALTD.
Wow, very nice climber. What gear/settings did you use?Milky Way
I really like your shot climber. Well done.
Here is another one from the same spot.
1 moreBeaut B/W Cinto. I love a good B/W image
Very nice Northbird. I find macro work in (or after) rain to be most rewarding. The drops can add such an extra dimension to the images.
Lilac Water Droplet by Tony Varela Photography, on Flickr
I can just add to what Macguyver is saying. I have the Zeiss 15mm and 21mm and they are both phenomenal lens, especially the 15mm, which I totally fell in love with it this summer. But the 16-35 f4L IS is a lot more versatile and the IQ is very impressive. Be also aware that the Zeiss 15mm has a 95mm filter size, so filters are not exactly cheap.+1. I have the 15mm and have used the 21mm. The 21mm I hired a number of times, to get a feel of it (IQ is probably slightly better than the 15mm). But, I wanted something wider at f2.8, so I skipped the 18mm and bought the 15mm. Not a lens I use much, but, when you need something in that realm, it's magic.
Thanks IslanderMV.Spent a day at the Western Treatment Plant (near Melbourne, Australia). It's essentially a place where sewage from Melbourne is treated before being discharged into the bay. But the good quality of water, after treatment, and winding it's way through a series of ponds and lakes means the bird life is abundant. Plus, it's Spring down here, so, everything from raptors to waders to small birds.Great birds, well shot !