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Snow leopard, 5D3, 100-400L @ 400mm, handheld, ambient light, ISO 2000. Through a wire fence at the San Francisco zoo.That's a beauty!
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!
This little chap was one of my first really good shots with my Sigma 150-500mm, I’ve only been at it for a little over 1 year but I’m happy with my progress considering that I can rarely find the time to get out here in Dubai, I’m planning a morning outing this weekend as the cooler months have arrived, if I could create shots half as stunning as some of the images in this thread I would be a very happy man, grateful for any critique. It’s a Grey Francolin, shot at ISO 200, f5.6, 300th on a 550D.
Here are three owls: an Eastern Screech Owl, a Great Horned Owl, and a Barred Owl.Wow, great images Pug!
Elk Island park, Alberta. Not fenced and not exactly pleased with me.
Taken from one of the old buildings at Fort Tejon.
Mt Whitney through Mobius Arch