Hand held taken whilst out walking Barney, handheld, Canon G15, ISO 80-0.3 1/60 sec f2.5
All C&C welcome - sorry no idea regards ID, for me
Gail's post of the mother leopard and cub reminded me that I hadn't posted this one yet. This is another of the Kwela Kwela female's then 7 month old
Taken from garden hide Canon 1Dx Canon 500mm f4 Auto ISO 5000 -0.3, 1/2000 sec f7.1
All C&C welcome.
Rare for our parts...only 15-20 individuals sighted here since 1970! I thought I'd go visit it, and hope for it to be on the near shore of the Rideau
Tripod Canon 1Dx Canon 500mm f4 Auto ISO 8000, 1/800 sec f5.6
Dinner is being served, please form an orderly queue!
One squirrel really filled
My name is Kees and I'm glad to have the opportunity to join BPN.
I'm looking forward to contribute to this forum
Here is an image of the rough-legged hawk diving from an oak tree to catch a vole. Took this one this afternoon. Hope you like it.
Slight crop and rotation. Used a quadtone preset from Luminous Landscape and a texture which I desaturated. Other usual PS adjustments, sharpening,
Canon 7D Mk II
1/1600 sec f/7.1 ISO 1000 HH
LR 5 and CS6
I am pretty sure the world does not need another image of Mesa Arch but like most iconic photo subjects there is a reason photographers are drawn to them