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      Marc Mol

      Let's investigate

      Thread Starter: Marc Mol

      Early morning golden hour....and 2 young sub adult lions investigate a possible meal, a few minutes later their curiosity proved correct with their

      Last Post By: Marc Mol Today, 08:47 PM Go to last post
      dankearl

      Female Purple Martin

      Thread Starter: dankearl

      D500, 700mm (500pf w/ 1.4), f8, 1/5000, iso3600

      sw31bp2.jpg

      Last Post By: dankearl Today, 06:56 PM Go to last post
      Jack Backs

      A shad having a bad day

      Thread Starter: Jack Backs

      Taken out of the window of my vehicle crossing a lake dam. 95% of the time these GBh's bolt as soon as you let your foot off the gas pedal here in the

      Last Post By: Jack Backs Today, 06:20 PM Go to last post
      Joseph Przybyla

      Roseate Spoonbill

      Thread Starter: Joseph Przybyla

      I captured this image at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.

      Last Post By: Jack Backs Today, 05:09 PM Go to last post
      John Mack

      Song Sparrow

      Thread Starter: John Mack

      This image was created at Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge in Tyre, New York on 5/18/20 at 2:49PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

      Last Post By: David Roach Today, 01:11 PM Go to last post
      David Roach

      Mom naps, siblings stay sharp-eyed...

      Thread Starter: David Roach

      EOS R RF 70-200 @200 f4 1/400 ISO 1600 HH, manual exposure cropped to pano.

      More owls at a different place. This at Brian Piccolo sports

      Last Post By: John Mack Today, 10:50 AM Go to last post
      Jonathan Ashton

      Broad bodied chaser (Libellula depressa)

      Thread Starter: Jonathan Ashton

      A shot from the garden pond

      Hand held

      Olympus : E-M1X
      Lens: OLYMPUS M.300mm F4.0 & Extension tubes

      Last Post By: Jonathan Ashton Today, 09:27 AM Go to last post
      Daniel Cadieux

      Cerulean Warbler.

      Thread Starter: Daniel Cadieux

      Head angle be darned, this is my first image ever of a Cerulean Warbler, and I am sooooooo glad to open up a folder of this species in my files! I briefly

      Last Post By: Jack Backs Today, 05:38 PM Go to last post
      Jay Ing

      Comin' in Hot

      Thread Starter: Jay Ing



      Sony A9ii, 600mm/6.3, 1/2000, HH, Area, C1P/PS/NI

      Last Post By: Steve Kaluski Today, 01:17 PM Go to last post
      Brian Sump

      Thirsty Egret

      Thread Starter: Brian Sump



      Was practicing manual ISO at first light today and captured a series with this Egret. I want so bad to make this a keeper but I have a feeling

      Last Post By: John Mack Today, 11:12 AM Go to last post
      Colin Driscoll

      Australian Pelican

      Thread Starter: Colin Driscoll

      1DXIII 600 f4 III 1.4x III 840mm HH
      1/2500 f6.3 iso2000 (auto) +0.7ev
      Cropped, curves, NR to BG only, light sharpen PS2020

      Last Post By: Colin Driscoll Today, 04:13 PM Go to last post
      dankearl

      Home Schooling

      Thread Starter: dankearl

      The whole country is struggling with Home Schooling, here is how Purple Martins do it.
      D500,, 500mm (300 w/1.7), f4.8, 1/5000, iso900

      Last Post By: John Mack Today, 11:17 AM Go to last post
      Geoffrey Montagu

      Greeting Party

      Thread Starter: Geoffrey Montagu

      Back in 2018 upon arrival on a small landing strip near Kwetsani Camp in Botswana, we were greeted by at least three African Wild Dogs which the pilot

      Last Post By: Marc Mol Today, 08:35 PM Go to last post
      John Mack

      White-tail fawn

      Thread Starter: John Mack

      This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 5/22/20 at 6:33PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

      Hand held, Small crop.

      Last Post By: Marc Mol Today, 08:58 PM Go to last post
      Bob DeCroce

      Red-winged Blackbird

      Thread Starter: Bob DeCroce

      Not having much luck getting close to the birds lately...

      This beauty dropped in right in front of me, sun directly behind me, about ten

      Last Post By: John Mack Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post
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