Lovely light, nice sharp image and good pose. Like the repost. We're now reportedly up to 26 in New Jersey. Amazing year.
Beautiful image. I like the pose, habitat, exposure and the cold colors. The eye contact is great
Lovely image of this stunning duck. Yes, one of the most handsome. I love the alert pose, and the low POV - something that one can't get at Barnegat.
Lovely light quality Karl. I also enjoy the bloody beak of this hunter. I dig the slightly more spacious composition of the repost....just consider
Love the look back pose, habitat and sharpness
It's that season again. Stunning shot, with great wing spread and head angle. No nits.
Oh yeah!! Noise Reduction.
I sit her on my chair and think NR? What is NR ????
Very evocative shot. The owl pops out nicely in the stormy environment. I think Shawn has a point that one can't really tell it's blowing sand, but
I believe Linda asked why working pros used manual mode so I answered as one of them. You also did not address the simple question: how does AV work.....In
Thanks Stuart and Bill.
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!
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
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