You could go with a string monopod...
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I used to own couple bikes when I was in the 20ish. After getting marry, I sold one and still keep my fav Ducati 848 EVO. Now with two kids, I haven't touch the bike for while. I'm thinking selling it, but having hard time letting it goes...Lovely bike! I can understand you are having a hard time letting it go. Mine is a baby comparatively. Just 150cc
Big Ten Men's Soccer tournament Friday:Ouch! That must have hurt. Great timing!
Here's a recent fall sunset (HDR style) over a local lake.Nice!
on our last day in Grand Teton national park I made this 12 shot handheld panorama (@24mm, 24-70mkII, 60D)
please, if you have any advices or critique, let me know, otherwise enjoy
On the way to work this morning, I saw sky is filled with colors. Since I didn't have any camera with me, I took this photo with my Samsung Galaxy S4 - little PP through LR4.
Not the best, but the best landscape taken with smart phone for me
Taken during sunrise.Just one word. Superb!
Seriously, it's recommended that you avoid eye contact with these males. I don't think running would work!I guess. So eye contact is a problem with many aggressive species. I wonder how long it will take for them to figure out that pointing a camera is the same thing!
Have fun with the 24-70 IIOkay, it's official... I miss my 24-105mm and wish I didn't sell it now... Never thought I'd hear myself say that!
I sold mine today for $750.
Must admit, it is very nice lens ... worth every penny, it's only that the 24-70 II is just that good.
I have to agree.Elk Island park, Alberta. Not fenced and not exactly pleased with me.
Run Jack, Run!!
5D3 + 70-200 II - the first time I took to birds with this lens.Excellent shot! Yes the 70-200 II is a lovely lens!
Bah ... I think I'm in trouble now. The IQ of the 100-400 almost suddenly feels like crap. Need to save up for a new 300mm f/2.8 II.
Yesterday was Bee-eater day.
Photo 1: Bee-eater Ballerina
Photo 2: Takeoff
Very nice! I've certainly not seen any of those out here!