Beautiful shot. Well done Sir.
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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.
This little guy was posing for me in Montana this summer.
This past summer, while I was photographing birds at one of our local wetland preserves, a fairly large group of female deer, ranging in age from yearlings to several years old and maybe a couple elders, wandered up for a drink.
They were all around me, and often too close for the 840mm focal length I was using at the time, so I apologize for the tight crops...some of these have had some rotation done to level them, but are otherwise as framed in camera:
5D III. Pukekohe Park Raceway - New Zealand
This is a lifer to me.
The Oriental Skylark (Alauda gulgula), also known as the Oriental Lark or Small Skylark, is a species of skylark found in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Like other skylarks, it is found in open grassland - often near waterbodies - where it feeds on seeds and insects.
These skylarks frequently rocket up into the sky, fluttering and singing before descending down to earth. Male Oriental Skylarks may also hover in the air and sing, in order to attract a mate.
Oriental Skylarks are about 16 cm long. They have streaked, yellow-brown upper plumage, with white outer tail feathers and a short crest. Both sexes are similar.
Settings: 1/200 ƒ/9 ISO 160 800mm
Wow! Great shot.
A little hooded merganser female taken in a pond in Québec city. Unfortunately, there was no male with her. She was with a group of mallard's. Taken with 1DX and 600 IS ll with 1.4X ll.
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