Against my better judgement, I'm going to post this image because I want to see what everyone thinks. It's two scissortails at a local lake in OKC. It's
This was taken in the spring in my backyard. I had a set up but sometimes the birds came real close on my deck, this is one of those times.
This is an adult female Osprey showing off all her feathers. This shot was taken at the sunset hour in July. She left for the season in mid August after
Hi everyone, with all the dragonfly's being posted I thought I would post one of mine also. Taken in Dallas a while back never got around to editing them,
This Sanderling settled very close to me, decided I was no threat at all and went to sleep. I had positioned myself at the highest point of the beach
Image was created in the last week. Basic editing. Cropped for composition. NR applied to BG.
ISO: 1600, 1/1000
We had quite a Aurora explosion up here, well after midnight, but worth the wait for sure, At Crex Meadows wildlife area, Wisconsin Canon 6D Sigma 18-35
Long time no posts from me - time and opportunity limited. So to get back into the swing of things I am posting an image from last
I'm not sure this is what Stu had in mind for the fine feather theme, but this guy gave me a smile as he posed for a close-in portrait, allowing some
I captured this image Monday morning at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for
A very straight forward and perhaps bordering on 'pedestrian' shot of a Lioness, but if I could have, I would have gladly stayed with this prided and
Hi all before this month end i will share also a threatened species
Indian Rhino from northern India , taken during my recent trip earlier this
Canon 7D2, 70-200 f2.8L II, 1.4x TC III
ISO 400, f13, 1/400s, HH
Basic editing. Cropped for composition. NR applied to BG.
ISO: 1600, 1/2500 @6.3, exposure bias+0.7, shutter priority.
I thought I would add my take on these always fun to capture shore birds. Taken handheld in the early morning from the water looking back towards the