I captured this image last year at Fort DeSoto Park, Florida, with the Nikon D750 Handheld and AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm 1-5.6E ED VR
Hi again - I've already learned so much from you so I'm posting another Mandarin duck photo I took last Saturday. I know that this
Canon 1DX 135mm 1/250 f/8 ISO 500
From a couple of weeks ago at the "Huntington" is San Marino. CA.
Good afternoon everyone,
I have been using Arash Hazeghi's and Arthur Morris' book "The Photographer's Guide to Canon Digital Photo
Another frame from the encounter I had with these guys. The RH eye (as view) was in heavy shade and so I have left it that way.
This image was captured the other day at a local lake. It was late afternoon and overcast. Several years ago at the same location I was lucky enough to
More Great Egrets from Harns Marsh in February. (My apologies if I've used that title before.) This patch of marsh was crowded with Coots, Little Blue
Here is my second frame of the Bufflehead drake with better lighting. Lake Harriet Minneapolis MN Canon 7D ll 100-400ll 1.4x lll, 1/2500 ss 520 mm, f8,
Another one from near the Moulton Barns in Grand Teton N.P., Wyoming. As I said in my prior posts of these guys, unfortunately they don't come out until
Nikon 3000mm 2.8
Not sure if I have posted this before if so sorry,cannot claim a lot
I captured this image at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.
Following the theme of yawning lions, I though I would throw this one into the mix.
Subject: Lioness (Panthera
Spent about every free minute the last month in a blind after wood ducks starting to edit some of the pixs.
Thanks for any input and CC. Canon
Canon IDMK III 500 mm 1/2000 f/5 ISO 400 handheld manual
from a few years ago while shooting pelicans down south.
I think this is my favorite Wood Duck shot thus far. Light is far from perfect and the background is terribly busy. I'll get ya'll a better one