Thats a stunner Artie, That background make it for me too. Really makes me want to make it to Bosque next year.
Great setting crisp & sharp image they don't get much better than that...
One from my feeding station log pile.
D3x 600 + 1.4 tc 1/100th @ f5.6 iso 400
PP in Bibble 5pro & CS2.
Hey Henry, I wish it was mine too. Beautiful exposure, so much detail in the blacks. My new favorite crow shot.
Marina gave you some good info.. However, if you do take a trip to Myakka State Park, follow the Main road to the Concession Area where the Air Boats
The deliciously just in focus enough background grasses are a standout and memorable feature to the image...provides such visual complexity in the soft
I'm still feeling my way on this long exposure thing. It started just a little bit downstream from this point sometime in June. So far, I've only taken
BEAUTIFUL frozen Bunny Daniel! The frozen red berries really add the right punch without being too pronounced. DOF is perfect for this image. BG works
Absolutely STUNNING, Nancy! I don't see any "blotchi-ness"... REALLY like the sharpness on the central parts of the Rose... and a bit of fade
nikon d 800 iso 400
A plump Canada Goose taken one foggy morning in October. The fog was thick and the sun was just starting to break through from the left hand side.
We look forward to snowy owl season each year. We wonder if there will be several in our area close enough to photograph or (more typically) only a
4 pm today and Athene enjoys the warmth before the chilly night.
Processed in CC
7d 100-400 and tc 1.4
With winter firmly established, I have started to experiment with photographing flowers indoors. Here I tried to show the deep velvet red of this rose
Tripod, Canon 7D Canon 500m f4L ISO 400 1/1600 sec f6.3
All C&C welcome.
Converted to B and w, and then used poster edges. This is my niece with her oldest boy Jacob.
A long time ago, I fell in love with the Connecticut towns and countryside. Unfortunately, I didn't live there very long, but I spent the months of June
Long tailed Tit
More for interest really. These birds have to put their tail up their backs whilst brooding eggs in their bottle shaped nest and