A pine warbler shot with the 800mm at 5.6, 7D MII camera, 1/250 sec, ISO 400, flash.
Thanks for any comments.
Another cutie from up north, in Iceland last month. Thought about taking the TC off as he approached me hugging close to the reeds and grassy shore line.
f/4 500mm with 1.4
I was sitting in my hide on the loch side yesterday afternoon when
A waterfall from a sweet location (Vila de Rei) in the center of Portugal. I love waterfalls and i`ve shot several from the water to explore the compositions,
Kind of a cluttered environment but the Blue Heron's "attitude" in this shot is pretty interesting. Found at a local park while walking this
This image was captured last March at Ft. Desoto, Pinellas County, Florida. I have been catching up on working up images and worked on this one over
My intentions for now are still photography of perched birds in good and low light conditions at 15-35 yards. My intensions are not
What to do, what to do, what to do?
With the release of the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR it is an exciting time for bird, wildlife, and nature photographers
We stayed at the Azura Selous camp where the tents were right along the river. There were hundreds of hippos and many crocs in the river
Just after the recent fires in California. Scorched land at Mormon Rocks near Wrightwood, CA, so named because this canyon was a path the early settlers
Canon 1DMKIII • 500mm • 1/1250 • f/5.6 • ISO 320 • hand held • manual
This was the first Oystercatcher
One of the smallest raptors in Africa, was glad to see this for the first time. At Ruaha NP, Tanzania.
Black Skimmer and chick, from Nickerson on 3 August, 6:49 am.
D7200, 500f4 + 1.4 TC, ISO 1250, 1/2000s @ f/9 manual.
Tripod, plamp Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/30
Av(Aperture Value) 11
I took this shot at Bear River Migratory Refugee, Utah.
I am still trying to understand which wing positions are good