Hi all ,
yet another head shot , this time from an Indian Rhino .
Took this frame from the back of a riding elephant .... a bit rocky/bumpy
A few Buffleheads are back on the bay!
Another mule deer from my recent travels... Just before the sun broke out of the clouds on the eastern horizon caught this buck on a ridgetop.
While photographing several male Snow Buntings, in Iceland in July of this year, at least two females arrived which I had never seen before. Always a
I got into photography a little over a year ago. A friend let me borrow his camera and I got hooked. I did not realize all of the wildlife
Another image from Tswalu in South Africa. Taken while lying down. I know some won't like the oof grasses but I liked the way they sort of framed the
The owl-hunting was a bust so a final throw before making the commitment to leave I tried a couple different things and tried a silhouette while trying
This was taken with David Salem in Socal 3 weeks ago. Haven't taken out the odd tail feathers but I suppose they could come out.
Canon 1Dx II 600mm, cropped and added canvas to top (tree tops cut off in original), highlight, contrast adjustments in LR. 1/1250 sec
I took this about a year ago after heavy rains in the Kgalagadi. I tried really hard to get that chest acceptable however I am not sure?
I took this shot last March. I had borrowed the 600mm f/4L from Canon Professional Services and took it down to Galveston for a test trial. Thanks again
I captured this image of a Great Blue Heron a while back and recently worked on it. Image captured at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida.
From late fall this year at Fort Tilden in Queens, New York. Background is some Goldenrod. Not sure if it is too distracting from the bird. Curious
The composition is not original. I saw a similar image on line before capturing this one. It did require getting down in the dirt. Devil's Tower is a
Hi all. I just discovered this forum and am excited to learn how to improve my photography. I have a Canon 70D with the 100-400 4.5-5.6 L lens. I have