Image taken at Mashatu, Botswana about 2 years ago. I'm about to head back to Africa, so wanted to review the images I had taken in the last 3 trips.
I've been waiting a long time to get a shot like this of two rushing Western Grebes, so I guess this makes it my lucky day! Dave Salem and Glenn Conlan
From the season's first significant snowfall, when the grasses and short vegetation was still not fully covered. This was a lone individual by the shore
Another Osprey frame from Florida (from the same burst as an earlier post) -- in post I cropped about 25% off the image, sharpened,
White Breasted Nuthatch photographed from blind.
Canon 5d Mark III
Hello folks i will go on with a second frame of that fight ....
Nothing more to say ... let the image speak
I wish i had more content
A very patient bird that seemed eager to pose adjacent to a fairly busy park road.
well that is exactly what this frame always makes me think . The suck on that blade of grass just does it for me,so funny watching this
How could I not partake in the theme this month??
I have incidentally also just written a short blog post with my thoughts on the "ANIMALSCAPE"
This little beauty should be far south by now, but once again we found him on a swatch of trees and brush across from a sewer treatment plant. He is often
To quote The Clash's iconic number
This lioness was in a dilemma, stay and protect their giraffe meal and suffer the harrassment of some
Taken yesterday afternoon at a local preserve. We positioned ourselves on the edge of the field where we thought we had the best chance of getting a
Canon 1DX Canon 100-400 L IS @340mm ISO 3200 + 0.66, 1/600 sec f6.3
I used ACR and PSCC for this one (it was easier to get to an acceptably close
Camera Model Name Canon EOS-1D X
Canon 500mm L IS II
Tv (Shutter Speed) 1/800
Av (Aperture Value) 7.1