Very well done Tim! Very nice!
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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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Nice! Love how the water has that sort of dreamy look.
Ripper shots, I really love the Kea Menace. Dolina yet another great shot!
Little Pied Cormorant sunning before it nests for the night.
little-pied-cormorant by Synkka~, on Flickr
Great shot and what a beautiful bird. I love seeing all of the other species from other parts of the world - I've never seen one of these or many of the other birds you guys on the other side of the world are posting. Keep up the great work!
I photographed this bird on ThanksgivingNice one. Red Shouldered Hawk! We've got lots of them around my area! Not real camera shy either!
Eye of the...
There is something eerie about the reptilian eye.
As Don would say, just another Heron...
Ken...I love that shot. Perfect composition, beautiful bird with a nice pose, lovely colors and great bokeh. Great job!
5DM2, 100mm 2.8L
Snow leopard, 5D3, 100-400L @ 400mm, handheld, ambient light, ISO 2000. Through a wire fence at the San Francisco zoo.
C69A0974-dpp-c by EricJ777, on Flickr
smallfries and steven kessel,
Beautiful dragonfly shots. I remember that Krob recently posted a pink colored dragonfly photo. Now I've seen two.
As long as we're on the subject of dragonflies, here's a little something. Roseate Skimmer, shot with 5Diii, 400 DO, Iso "automatic" @ 160.
three pointer with fall colors, 5DMKIII, ISO 1600, 600 II f4, 1/320 - monopod w sidekick
Couple more from Conowingo
Autumn in southeast Arizona means that Ferruginous Hawks are arriving in the flatlands and grasslands. Here's one taking off, photographed yesterday on the Santa Cruz Flats, about halfway between Tucson and Phoenix. 5Diii. 400DO, "M" setting, 1/1600 @ f7.1.Beautiful Steven!