nice image,if looks could kill,some nice details,love the eyes.thanks.
Gail, a very nice plover shot. I love to watch these little birds move around the beach. Your patience was well-rewarded. The green really adds a lot
I think everyone was busy with Thanksgiving, but we still had some nice entries. It is nice that we all had something to be thankful for. We are lucky!
What I like about the image is how well the owl shows against the generally darker surroundings. I dig the goldenrod or whatever those two taller flowers
This is sweet. I love the light.
The nuthatch pose is classic and always well received by all of us.
I do wish the perch didn't have the OOF
nice and colourful Johnny,like how the starlings stand out against the BG.TFS.
Amazing pic of a wild elephant.Very absorbing image and you dont want to take your eyes off....Like the way the zebras are positioned and they don't seem
Hi, Dennis, I agree - I need to go back to the original - I probably increased contrast in LR and it would have been fine the way it was. I'll check
Hello everyone, I am new to the forum and have found a lot of great info and help in it.
The question I have to day is regarding my camera's buffer
You shot this from the car!! You are killing me with your ability to find these guys. No issues with techs and IQ.
I am on the fence about
The Southern Flying Lizards(Draco Dussumieri)glides from tree to tree using its special flexible ribs.The Gular sac is used during courtships.Its
Another favorite of mine from the summer. I like the greens in this image.
F 600mm and 2X teleconverter
ISO 800 f 8.0 at
Taken as the three owlets began to let their curiosity get the better of them, as they started to explore this bright new world of theirs. A bit of a
Taken in the cold month of January -26 degrees and for those who have seen the image, yes this has been tweaked since it was printed, just opened up the
Taken a while back, and again, just wished I had the experience I have now. Taken from on board a small ice breaker.
Took this in Southern Arizona at Bill Forbes' Place. Is this a Rufous-winged sparrow?
Granted not my best work, but no response on the ETL forum so I'll try to post a better one here. Surf scoter drake taken at Shoreline Park in Mountain
This is a beach up the coast from San Francisco about 100 miles. When there is a very low tide these rocks are exposed. The bigger ones are maybe 3-4