Sad news. I'm sorry for your friend.
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One of the local Brown Pelicans came by for a visit. 600 f/4 v2 w/1.4TCImpressive bird and a nice picture with lots of detail!
The amount of detail this lens renders is stunning:
Here's a few more...its gone now, back to Canon in Newport News, Virginia
Little Pied Cormorant sunning before it nests for the night.
70-200 2.8 II IS
Kea - a New Zealand icon
We don't have big cats in my neighbourhood, but this small one jumped at me after running quite rapidly. Shot @f2
OK, I finally did a set up for my waxwing friends. First I cleared my pond of all the snow -whew. Then I got out the garden hose and stretched out all 200 feet of it over there this morning after the sun was coming up. Then I invited my friends to model for me once I got the water distributed. Unfortunately, they would not behave!! What a bunch of troublemakers.
6D 300 X2 1600th F8 ISO 1600
Thank you Rienzphotoz and Click!
Yesterday we had one of the best sunsets of the year. Unfortunately Cabrillo National Monument closes at 1700 and the colors were still going as we were being kicked out of the park. This was taken just down the road at the Ft Rosecrans National Cemetery. 6" : f/8 : ISO 400 24mm
Amazing ... I was so caught up in the beauty of the skies, did not realize it was a cemetery ... very nice.