EF400 f2.8 IS, f5.0, ISO 320, 1/1600.
Wonderful capture, Menace. Such a beautiful colorful bird and the pose, framing, sharpness and creamy bokeh are all outstanding!
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EF400 f2.8 IS, f5.0, ISO 320, 1/1600.
My contribution to the 5Dm3 image pool.
Thoughtful daughter on Christmas eve
5DIII, Zeiss Otus 55/1.4, f1.4 ISO1600
Polar Express, Ice Storm 2013 by Christopher Brian's Photography, on Flickr
I love UPS because they are consistently awful. I know if I get the alert my package has been delivered and I haven't had a knock at my door I know to check the house at the end of my road that is #520 since my house is #620. It blows me away how often this happens. Even with stuff that says "Signature Required." Amazing!I spent a significant amount of my life working in transportation and I am not a big fan of the owner/operator structure (Fed-Ex) nor the extreme union structure (UPS), both have weaknesses. Fed-Ex was great in the 80's and 90's but UPS has the edge now in my opinion and I am on their black-list. All UPS packages must have a signature if delivered to my address due to a pair of shoes from Amazon that "evaporated" from the doorstep with my wife home all day waiting and listening for the truck (motivation=her new shoes). Driver came out the next day, insisted he made the delivery to our house, I told him he did not, took months but we did get the credit for the shoes and now the only deliveries that are made to our house and do not require a signature are the ones miss-delivered to our house for the house 2 doors down. That happened just last week, Amazon order of movies and the package was ripped open. I made the final delivery and requested our neighbor file a complaint with Amazon.
All of my deliveries are made to my work now, wine, camera equipment and shoes!
Merry Christmas Paolo. Very nice shot.
My new favorite hawk photo! Just made it a couple hours ago at sunset:
Ferruginous Hawk: 7D + 600/4 II, 1/400s f/6.3 @ ISO 400
Very nice indeed Jon!
Scott in FW - looks like a Cooper's Hawk..which are very similar to a Sharp-shinned except a few attributes such as a squared off tail which I'm unable to tell in this shot. The Sharpie's have a black marking over the eye sometimes as well as their calls are higher in pith than a Cooper's. That being said, I'd lean on a Cooper's.
Don - Love the Snowy Owl shots - truly excellent for the gear you had handy..most enjoyable
Dolina - nice work on the The Brown Shrike photo..the chest markings look most similar to that of a Nutmeg Mannikin (not native for us - Asian bird). Here in the US we get only the Loggerhead (aka the Butcher Bird) and the Northern Shrikes.
Here's a male (red shaft) Northern Flicker shot here in southern Cal today at the tail end of dusk at 12,800 ISO with a 400mm and a 5D Mark 3 hand held
Northern Flicker (12256) by Revup67, on Flickr
That's a phenomenal shot for ISO 12800. Clear and sharp. Good pose on the bird, too! :-)
A Quick heron shot.
After 4 hours of shoveling snow, I went for a walk... I spotted this Snowy Owl on top of a hydro pole... the only lens I had with me was a 70-200, but in spite of the short reach it came out ok.... (Image is heavily cropped) Santa, I could use a 600F4 this year.... I've been very good
Beautiful bird. Nice shot Don.
Unfortunately, $h!t happens. Frequently, expensive $$$hit. If your wife needed medical care, would you take her to the local clinic (the one that already misdiagnosed her once), or to the research hospital in the city? "Your other girlfriend" is sick, send her to Canon ASAP.
Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax) by alabang, on Flickr
The Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax), commonly abbreviated to just Night Heron in Eurasia, is a medium-sized heron found throughout a large part of the world, except in the coldest regions and Australasia (where it is replaced by the closely related Rufous Night Heron, with which it has hybridized in the area of contact).
Settings: 1/640 ƒ/5.6 ISO 640 800mm
The Big Freeze by Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott, on Flickr
Shot in -25 to -30C temperatures, but a gorgeous morning nonetheless. 6D + Rokinon 14mm