Not much explanation needed on here. Whitebearded Wildebeest rushing down the banks of the Mara river.
Snow Leopard. Canon EF 70-300L on a Canon 7DII. SS 1/800 @ f8, ISO 400. Not cropped much but some work done to obscure the background a bit and a slight
I was up in Maine hoping mostly to get birds... not much luck though. Did get this Variegated Fritillary (I think?) that I was happy with. Wish I had
This bird that was actively feeding was photographed at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens, New York. From the East Pond where you must lay down in
This is another from a recent outing to Ft. Desoto. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.
Iceland 2016 at ~11:00PM at night.Light is magical at this time of day when the sun is shining.
600mm and 1.4x
A one month old Wild dog puppy at Selous, TZ. Was lucky to get a clear shot.
1/200 (sorry bout that)
You know that awful squawk a Blue Heron makes when it decides to "exfiltrate" and area? Well I caught this guy in mid-squawk. See what you think.
I was fortunate the wind shifted a bit for me to squeak out this pose and HA from a red -throated diver in Iceland. The whites are not blown but any
Tripod, Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/40
Av(Aperture Value) 11
I made this image at Bear River Migratory Refuge last week. Ideally I wanted to get snowy egret with reflection but could not quite
Canon just introduced the 5D MK IV. 30 M-pixel, 7 fps with an AF module that on paper is similar to the EOS-1D X Mark II. it makes for a perfect backup
I had just about every exposure nightmare possible with this...light was in and out every few moments, and we have a black and white bird that's only
Many folk return year after year to Bosque and I will be returning for my second time this November. Ill be there for a stretch of 12 days , the latter
Disclaimer first: I am still struggling with a dedicated processing workflow and maybe I'm doing something wrong or maybe i need to do something very