I am posting this tonight to share with you my vision of the Kalahari, at times a place of solitude and other times a crowded
Cropped to pano, and the pier was really this wonky. Another from Algonquin. Added some textures, a new sky, poster edges, and some local adjustments.
A young male Kudu jumps a small water course, accompanied by fleeing Red-billed Ox-peckers, I love how the warthog below seems oblivious to
This is for you Andreas, just one of many images we took while you were not looking
Well done with the wildebeest image, one of your
Another shot of the eagle with the fish in flight.
1DmrkIII, Canon 300/2.8 L IS with x1.4TC, F/4, ISO 1000, 5.6mpxs of 10.1
Hello fellow BPN'rs! After a few days of blustery cold, I thought I would present to you a slightly warmer image, taken in Hawaii two springs ago. I have
The Tundra Swans at Chincoteague were putting on quite a show of courtship and territorial behavior. Much of it was out of range, but I caught this fellow
I went to see the Longwood Gardens Conservatory Xmas exhibit yesterday. Although Poinsettias are not my favorites, I liked the perfection and colors
7D, lens 180/2.8 Sigma Macro, 1/400s, f/10, ISO160, natural light, hand held,
PP: NR of BG, tone adjustment, small crop and angle adjustment,
This is a fairly common honeyeater which inhabits drier forests in the south east of Australia. Thanks for looking, Greg.