Canon EOS 1Dx and EF 500 f/4 IS L
Gary, did you get any more of this sequence - like was that a whole mouse that went down the hatch!??Jack
Quote from: fredericsiffert on March 08, 2014, 09:59:35 AMCanon EOS 1Dx and EF 500 f/4 IS LVery nice shot. I like the splashing water. Well done.
mark II 1Ds600mm love dance
I caught this large lady doing a little housekeeping. 5Diii, ISO 320, 400DO, f7.1 @ 1/1600
WOW, again thanks to all for the great shots. Don, at least you have someone playing in the white stuff. I'm still emulating Seridipidy with my CarlTN's "common folk" tricked into posing.However, I now have a bunch of old blankets sewn into a hanging blind suspended from my deck canopy. Tripod set up, props nicely placed, book in hand reading while sitting on a lawn chair with electric heater at my feet!! I was happy to get this pose today. 6D 300 640th F10 ISO 1250Jack
Quote from: gary samples on March 05, 2014, 11:02:31 PM1Dx200mm f/2.0I forget some times CR is world wide I live in Utah USALovely shot Gary. Well done.
1Dx200mm f/2.0I forget some times CR is world wide I live in Utah USA
Hey guys!I'd like to share my 1st bird portrait on this lovely forum with you.A little hummingbird, shot in Costa Rica a few weeks ago.Tech specs:Canon EOS 70D - EF100-400mm @400mm - 1/400 sec - f/7,1 - ISO 640I'm curious for your feedback!
Thanks Serindidpidy. No woodpeckers, like NONE!?Well then that's excuse for me to post another just for you! My Downy is at least as tame as Harry.Jack
The nuthatch....On the tree with a 60D and a 70-200 at 200mm.....In the hand with a 60D and a 17-55 at 40mm...